New improvements in endoscopy technology allow for microscopic imaging of tissues with minimal complications.
Researchers have been able to extend the application range of ZULF NMR with the help of an inexpensive, rapid and versatile method of hyperpolarisation.
The Tomocube HT-X1 optical microscope uses incoherent light to generate holographic images of unlabelled live cells.
Food scientists have defined 20 key chemicals found in vanilla bean extracts that together create vanilla's flavour.
Photon-counting detectors operate using a fundamentally different mechanism to any prior CT detector.
The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Ascend Tribrid mass spectrometer offers capabilities for multiplexed proteomics and native protein characterisation.
Spectroscopy bears some similarities with an electric guitar: if the amplifier is too weak, you will hear very little if you do not hit the strings strongly.
The Thermo Scientific Transcend DSX-1 integrated sample prep and UHPLC system eliminates disc punching typically associated with dried matrix (spot) cards, and optimises sample extraction and recovery of multiple matrices.
In the production of small pharmaceutical bottles, vials and capsules made of glass, there are tight specifications and high-quality requirements. Vögtlin Instruments' high-precision thermal mass flow meters and controllers in the red-y smart series are designed to meet these requirements.
Supagas Hydrogen Balance Nitrogen is a gas mixture which is provided in cylinder and pack form. Nitrogen H5 is available in D, E, G cylinders and a 12-pack, whereas Nitrogen H10 is available in a G size cylinder.
Researchers have discovered a way to visualise the changes that take place in the brains of Parkinson's patients, paving the way for earlier diagnosis.
MRI scans can detect prostate cancer more accurately than the newer, prostate-specific PET/CT scanning technique.