With the aid of a scanning tunnelling microscope, researchers have employed the diatomic compound as a sensor and transducer to probe and image samples, reportedly gaining an unprecedented amount of information about their structures, bonds and electrical fields.
A scientist who has developed a system which allows her to video mitochondria inside a cell has been named the winner of the In Memory of Neil Lawrence Prize at the 2018 Centenary Institute Medical Innovation Awards.
A new technique is being prepared for clinical application in order to improve breast cancer detection and diagnosis.
Thermo Fisher Scientific designed the Thermo Scientific ISQ EM single quadrupole mass spectrometer for high performance and productivity standards in laboratories. With a mass range of 10–2000 m/z, the system offers the power to detect and quantify small and large molecules.
Combining dual views with dual detection channels, the QuVi SPIM light-sheet microscope enables large-scale imaging of living samples.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced plans to open multiple Global Customer Solution Centers.
The Thermo Scientific VetDrugs Explorer Collection is a single-provider LC-MS/MS-based solution that enables the quantitation required to meet current regulatory standards of more than 160 veterinary drugs in analytically challenging sample matrices.
The automated medical image analysis program, designed to detect tumours, employs the movement and style of a retro video game to examine the breast area.
A new $5 million Hitachi HF5000 200 kV Transmission Electron Microscope at UQ can see objects smaller than the very smallest atom.
More than 2000 of the world's top scientific brains are in Sydney this week for the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) in Sydney.
The system uses photoacoustic tomography to improve diagnosis of life-threatening diseases.
The Thermo Scientific Phenom Pharos desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM) includes a field emission gun (FEG) source to deliver crisp, high-brightness images.