Analytical instrumentation

Nanoparticles help microscopes go extreme-ultraviolet

11 May, 2023

ANU technology uses carefully engineered nanoparticles to increase the frequency of light that cameras and other technologies see by up to seven times.

Assessing donor hearts with laser speckle imaging

10 May, 2023

French researchers are using a new, non-invasive technique to visualise microvasculature in donor hearts and detect abnormal blood flow.

Excelitas pco.edge 6.2 LE long exposure sCMOS camera

28 April, 2023 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Excelitas pco.edge 6.2 LE sCMOS camera is optimised to realise long exposure times from milliseconds to minutes or even up to one hour.

Frequency comb breathalyser detects COVID-19

27 April, 2023

Researchers have upgraded a breathalyser based on Nobel Prize-winning frequency comb technology and combined it with machine learning to detect SARS-CoV-2 infection.

Increasing the resolution of X-ray microscopy

20 April, 2023

Researchers have used the results of previous studies to solve the lingering problem of how to overcome the resolution limitations of existing X-ray microscopes.

How Earth's atmosphere cleans itself

19 April, 2023

Human activities emit many kinds of pollutants into the air, and without a molecule called hydroxide (OH), many of these pollutants would keep aggregating in the atmosphere.

JEOL Cryogen Reclamation System for NMR

18 April, 2023 | Supplied by: JEOL (Australasia) Pty Ltd

JEOL's Cryogen Reclamation System offers a convenient and effective way to manage and maintain an NMR instrument's cryogen levels.

Wearable microscopes enable spinal cord imaging in mice

13 April, 2023

The tiny wearable microscopes offer high-resolution, high-contrast and multicolour imaging in real time across previously inaccessible regions of the spinal cord.

Teledyne Imaging Evolve 10 high-sensitivity EMCCD camera

06 April, 2023 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Evolve 10 is a high-resolution, back-illuminated EMCCD camera from Teledyne Imaging providing high sensitivity for low-light applications.

Non-invasive imaging used to study atherosclerosis

05 April, 2023

Researchers used a non-invasive imaging method to better study atherosclerosis in mice, which helps them to better understand and treat narrowing of blood vessels.

CURIOSIS Celloger Mini Plus, Automated Live Cell Imaging System

01 April, 2023 | Supplied by: Capella Science

The CURIOSIS Celloger Mini Plus is an automated live cell imaging system based on bright-field and fluorescence (green/red) microscopy.

Spot-checking measurements of environmental conditions

01 April, 2023 | Supplied by: Vaisala Pty Ltd

It is important to understand that spot-checking is different from field calibration. This article will briefly go over some of the differences.

Azure Biosystems Sapphire FL Biomolecular Imager for fluorescence imaging

01 April, 2023 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The imager's flexibility supports a wide range of applications, including in-gel imaging, Southern and Western blots, membrane arrays, in-cell Westerns, autoradiography, model organism imaging and more.

pco.edge 10 bi LT back-illuminated sCMOS camera

30 March, 2023 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The pco.edge 10 bi LT sCMOS camera from PCO comes with a back-illuminated image sensor offering up to 85% quantum efficiency with broad spectrum out to NIR, making it suitable for applications in microscopy, life science and physical science.

Ultrasound method enables easier disease diagnosis

24 March, 2023

Researchers have developed a new way of using ultrasound to measure the level of tension in tissue, indicating whether tissues are abnormal or if they are affected by scarring or disease.

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