Japanese scientists have developed a method for monitoring temperature using the naturally occurring atom-like defects in diamonds.
Scientists have found a way to significantly increase the antimicrobial properties of a material used in many medical devices and clinical surfaces: glass.
The FlexFeed 30 is a tabletop bottle handling and capping machine that is designed to provide consistent cap torque and reduce operator repetitive strain injuries.
bioBoaVista has developed a viral transport medium (VTM) for more efficient nasal tests for the diagnosis of COVID-19.
The MultiClamp 700B Microelectrode Amplifier is a computer-controlled microelectrode current- and voltage-clamp amplifier for electrophysiology and electrochemistry.
Thanks to an all-in-one process, the device removed the need for labour-intensive sample pretreatment and chemical tagging techniques.
The floor-standing CP-NX series provides a comprehensive rotor portfolio for vessels up to 230 mL, while the CS-NX series offers top speeds of 1,050,000 x g (150,000 rpm) in either a floor-standing or benchtop model.
The NanoAssemblr Spark offers the ability to formulate small-scale uniform particles using microlitre volumes quickly and reproducibly, with near complete sample recovery.
Using highly advanced rapid processing techniques, researchers have found a way to use clean chemistry to unlock the mystery of 'mixing immiscibles'.
The product can be configured for specialised applications such as electrophysiology; extracellular, in vitro and in vivo recordings; and investigating the electrical properties of Xenopus oocytes (the egg of the African leopard frog).
The self-cleaning bioplastic repels liquids and dirt — just like a lotus leaf — then breaks down rapidly once in soil.
Teledyne FLIR introduces two families of X-Series science cameras offering high-speed and high-resolution thermal imaging capabilities for scientific research and engineering applications.
Scientists are working to commercialise advanced products for firefighting, building protection and other applications, utilising a material known as MXene.