JEOL has announced the release of a cold field emission cryo-electron microscope (cryo-EM), the CRYO ARM 300 II (JEM-3300), that makes it quick and easy to obtain high-contrast and high-resolution images.
The Malvern OMNISEC GPC/SEC system uses the highly informative triple-detection regime to directly measure molecular weight.
The DriveAFM, from Nanosurf, is a tip scanning atomic force microscope designed to deliver stable, high-end performance in biological applications.
Researchers set out to enhance the sensitivity of phase-contrast microscopy — an imaging technique commonly used by scientists to study biological specimens.
Japanese scientists have found a way to measure both fluorescence intensity and lifetime.
Lumencor's family of SOLA light engines provide modern solid-state illumination for microscopy and other life science applications. Now the company has further enhanced the SOLA light engine product line with the addition of active light output stabilisation, fully linear intensity control and electronic control interfaces on all models.
Researchers have combined biological and engineered elements to create a volatile organic compound sensor that has the ability to detect odours in gaseous form.
Mightex's Polygon DMD pattern illuminator provides precise spatiotemporal control of light with subcellular resolution, making it a useful illumination tool for life science research.
Researchers have developed a scalable and flexible microreactor that will not only make reactions with Grignard reagents faster and safer, but should also yield a purer product.
Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, researchers have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that produces ultraprecise results at room temperature.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has designed an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) instrument to enable scientists working in earth sciences, nuclear safeguards and biomedical research to conduct high-precision isotope ratio analysis across a wide range of applications.