Lab equipment

Flow cytometer detects bacteria in environmental waters

27 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Millennium Science Pty Ltd

The rapid and accurate detection of bacteria in aquatic environments has typically been challenging due to the complexity of the natural water microbial populations.

Microdroplets harness laser light to detect disease markers

20 May, 2024

Researchers have created tiny droplets that can detect viral protein biomarkers, indicating the presence of certain diseases, when activated by laser light.

HEMCO MicroFlow family of ductless workstations

16 May, 2024 | Supplied by: HEMCO Corporation

HEMCO's MicroFlow family of Class 1 ductless carbon filtered workstations is equipped with particle pre-filter and activated carbon filtration.

Novel adhesive is strong, smart and reusable

09 May, 2024

Researchers found a way to maximise the adhesion of the material by using shape-memory polymers, which can stick and detach easily when needed simply by heating them.

Cytek SpectroFlo QC Beads for flow cytometer performance tracking

03 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Sapphire Bioscience

Cytek's SpectroFlo QC Beads contains 3 µm particles with one fluorescent intensity. The beads are used for routine performance tracking of Cytek flow cytometers.

Ultracold lab fridge modified for faster, more efficient cooling

01 May, 2024

By modifying a refrigerator commonly used in both research and industry, researchers have reduced the time and energy required to cool materials to within a few degrees above absolute zero.

OHAUS Aquasearcher AB23PH-F benchtop meter

01 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Pacific Laboratory Products

Designed with a large LCD display and six instructional menu buttons, the AB23PH is a simple and straightforward pH meter.

Malvern Mastersizer 3000+ advanced particle sizing with integrated AI

01 May, 2024 | Supplied by: ATA Scientific Pty Ltd

Seamlessly integrating artificial intelligence (AI) and data science-driven software solutions, the cutting-edge instrument offers a helping hand to users at all proficiency levels.

Smartphone motion sensors used to detect heart failure

16 April, 2024

There is a non-invasive technique called gyrocardiography for measuring cardiac vibrations on the chest, and a smartphone's built-in motion sensors can detect and record these vibrations.

Waters Rheo-Impedance Spectroscopy (Rheo-IS) accessory

12 April, 2024 | Supplied by: TA Instruments

Waters has released an accessory for its TA Instruments Discovery Hybrid Rheometers (HR) that enables simultaneous electrical impedance and rheological measurements.

Smartphone compass used to measure glucose

10 April, 2024

Researchers have used an ordinary smartphone's built-in magnetometer, or compass, to measure concentrations of glucose — a key marker for diabetes.

Omicron Laserage BrixXHUB Ultra high-power laser light engine

09 April, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

At the core of the device is the integration of up to six high-power BrixX lasers, offering a wide range of wavelengths between 375 and 1550 nm at up to more than 5 W per wavelength.

Fluorescent sensors 'light up' misfolded proteins in the brain

03 April, 2024

Researchers focused on developing a versatile fluorescent sensor array for amyloids to monitor Alzheimer's and other disease progression.

Coin-sized device can isolate plasma, replacing centrifuges

02 April, 2024

Named ExoArc, the coin-sized chip can achieve high blood plasma purity by removing more than 99.9% of blood cells and platelets precisely and gently in just one step.

PacificLab Bioridge TD5M centrifuge package deal

01 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Pacific Laboratory Products

PacificLab offers a compact and stylish benchtop centrifuge that is micro-processor controlled and has a variable-conversion motor that aims to deliver high-speed accuracy, low noise and stable operation.

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