The 4D flow MRI scan takes just 6–8 minutes and can provide precise imaging of the heart valves and the flow inside the heart.
The instruments have integrated temperature and pressure sensors and an onboard gas database.
The VT-iSIM from VisiTech International is a multi-point super-resolution imaging system, enabling parallel processing of emitted photons through the emission micro-lens array optic.
Bio-Rad Laboratories has launched its EconoFit low-pressure prepacked chromatography column packs to support resin screening experiments in the development of protein purification workflows.
Japanese scientists have developed a method of extracting hydrogen peroxide from spent coffee grounds and tea leaf residue.
Researchers have developed a simple, low-cost and comparatively environmentally friendly method of synthesising diphenylmethanol derivatives using alumina.
The Thermo Scientific AccelerOme Automated Sample Preparation Platform eliminates the need for labour-intensive, manual sample preparation for LC-MS analysis, including the associated method development and reagent sourcing.
Scientists have found a way to use tiny amounts of platinum to create powerful reactions, without expensive energy costs, by combining the platinum with liquid gallium.
Researchers created a fluorescent probe specifically designed to detect cancerous cells within breast tumour margins in real time during surgery.
Lancaster University researchers have developed a camera-like device that is able to image mini whirlpools in quantum liquids, believed to be a world first.
The product is a dedicated, purification workhorse, with a modular design that facilitates application customisation. It also has a low-solvent-consumption workflow, for green operation and sustainability.
Sona is Andor's latest high-performance sCMOS camera series, specifically for life sciences imaging applications.