The X-Cite FIRE fluorescence illumination system by Excelitas Technologies is an arc lamp replacement for routine and advanced fluorescence imaging applications.
The mechanism of how cells work is key to understanding how tumours metastasize as well as tissue regeneration and other bodily functions.
The pco.Panda sCMOS camera is suitable for applications such as GSDIM, PALM, STORM, SPIM, SIM, live cell microscopy, single-molecule detection, light sheet microscopy, spinning disk confocal microscopy, FRET, FRAP, fluorescence spectroscopy, bio- and chemi-luminescence and high content screening.
Updated with capabilities in high-resolution accurate mass (HRAM) GC-MS, the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap GC-MS systems are suitable for metabolomics, food safety, environmental, pharma and toxicology applications.
Thorlabs has announced the release of its 2.1 MP Quantalux sCMOS Camera, based on a high‐performance 1 e‐ read‐noise imager. Suitable for demanding imaging applications, the monochrome sensor can image the full frame (1920 x 1080) at 50 fps with 16-bit resolution and offers a peak quantum efficiency of 61% at 600 nm.
Scientists have developed a glow-in-the-dark biosensor mouse that gives a real-time readout of the rapidly changing 'skeleton' within cells in living tissues, enabling the researchers to watch cells respond dynamically to their surrounding environment.
Metrohm Process Analytics presents its latest range of online process analysers: the 2026 Titrolyzer and 2029 Process Photometer.
Merck has launched the Eshmuno P anti-A and Eshmuno P anti-B affinity chromatography resins, specifically designed to remove anti-A and anti-B isoagglutinin antibodies during the manufacturing of plasma-derived immunoglobulin (Ig) therapies.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is revising ISO/IEC 17025, General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, 12 years after the publication of the previous version.
Researchers have demonstrated a way to detect and image electronic spins non-invasively with ambient sensitivities and resolution orders of magnitude never before achieved.
The light generated by the Munich Compact Light Source (MuCLS) can be used to increase contrast in techniques that can be applied to real-world medical diagnosis problems, thus enabling groundbreaking biomedical imaging research.
AXT has announced its installation of a Rigaku Ultimate IV X-ray diffractometer at the University of Auckland in the Faculty of Engineering.