The SuperNova dual wavelength X-ray diffractometer from Oxford Diffraction is designed for the analysis of small molecules and proteins. The instrument uses high-intensity micro-source X-ray technology to determine the structure of small molecules and proteins at high resolution.
The Series 275 HRes photo diode array is designed to accelerate productivity and performance for laboratories performing LC analysis. Coupled into a Series 275 HRes LC system, the product is claimed to provide improved peak identification and peak purity determination in addition to increased throughput.
NanoSight has announced additional temperature control capability for its family of instrumentation.
Diagnostic Instruments Spot digital microscopy cameras provide an easy-to-use, comprehensive camera/software package. They range from colour CMOS cameras for brightfield to high-end, deeply cooled EMCCD cameras for ultra low light fluorescence.
The Rigaku R-axis HTC imaging plate (IP) detector features a three-plate system that allows for simultaneous expose, erase and readout operations. This means that the duty cycle is limited only by the speed of the IP transport from one position to the next, making the R-AXIS HTC highly efficient for screening samples and suitable for experiments with brief exposure times. It combines the high-throughput capability of a CCD with the large aperture size and dynamic range of an IP.
CSIRO has developed maths-based imaging technology to measure hair on different parts of the human body.
Monash University's Protein Crystallography Unit is being upgraded with a new automated protein crystallisation system, an imaging plate dectector and an HF X-ray source.