The IR VIVO system from Photon etc. is a turnkey hyperspectral preclinical imager optimised for imaging in the second biological window of the near-infrared (NIR-II)/short-wave infrared (SWIR) range from 900–1620 nm.
Researchers have shown how a standard microscope can be adapted to provide even more information, thanks to the use of an innovative optical component and a reconstruction algorithm.
The ImageXpress Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System, from Molecular Devices, is a scalable, high-performance, high-content screening solution that is designed to allow users to capture more data at greater depths for 3D and thick tissue samples.
A simple benchtop device for measuring the kinetics of gas-producing reactions provides accurate reaction profiles with over 3000 measurements.
US researchers have identified brain circuitry differences that might be associated with suicidal behaviour in individuals with mood disorders.
The ability to perform a brain scan on stroke patients at almost any location could soon become a reality, thanks to the development of portable brain scanner technology.
The Thermo Scientific Anionic Pesticides Explorer is a high-throughput, sample-to-result, IC-MS/MS-based analytical workflow for the multi-residue detection, identification and quantification of anionic pesticides at low concentrations in complex food matrices.
Spectroscopy based on vibrational circular dichroism (VCD) can significantly improve the practical determination of the structure of chiral molecules.
CSIRO's FloWorks Centre for Industrial Flow Chemistry seeks to provide cutting-edge research into flow chemistry capability, making it more accessible to the chemical manufacturing industry.
Scientists have developed a portable device that can identify a wide range of airborne gases and chemicals instantly. It could thus assist in the detection of gas leaks and industrial air pollution.
Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers can now verify the identity of ionic salts in the warehouse in a matter of seconds with the Thermo Scientific IonicX portable X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyser.
The Tear Film Imager can be used in an ophthalmology or optometry setting to image the tear film and distinguish its inner layers with nanometre resolution.