Mightex's Polygon DMD pattern illuminator provides precise spatiotemporal control of light with subcellular resolution, making it a useful illumination tool for life science research.
Researchers have combined biological and engineered elements to create a volatile organic compound sensor that has the ability to detect odours in gaseous form.
Researchers have developed a scalable and flexible microreactor that will not only make reactions with Grignard reagents faster and safer, but should also yield a purer product.
Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, researchers have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that produces ultraprecise results at room temperature.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has designed an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) instrument to enable scientists working in earth sciences, nuclear safeguards and biomedical research to conduct high-precision isotope ratio analysis across a wide range of applications.
The X-Light V3 Confocal Imager from Crest Optics is a full-spectrum spinning disk confocal imager that attaches to most major models of inverted or upright fluorescence microscopes.
US scientists have devised a method for mapping in unprecedented detail the thickets of slippery sugar molecules that help shield HIV from the immune system.
The ECLIPSE Ei educational microscope features a streamlined design focused on intuitive operation and, combined with the Online Guide providing quick and easy access to tutorials, removes the learning barrier for first-time users.
Cell Biosciences is now able to service ORUM Microbial Air Samplers and ORUM Compressed Gas Microbial Systems in Australia.
Cell Guidance Systems has released the Exo-spin 96 for the purification of exosomes from blood and other samples, allowing researchers to purify exosome samples in the standard 96-well plate format.
The ACRF Centre for Intravital Imaging of Niches for Cancer Immune Therapy is set to address why some cancer patients respond to immunotherapies while others do not.