RMIT researchers have used liquid metal to create two-dimensional materials no thicker than a few atoms that have never before been seen in nature.
Australian researchers have designed a chemical sensor that can detect and measure zinc levels in cells, allowing for a deeper understanding of the dynamic roles that metal ions play in the human body.
The Sartorius Cubis MPS is a laboratory balance designed to reconcile the user's needs for accuracy, precision, speed and convenience in pipette calibration.
The Malvern Kinexus series is a rotational rheometer that enables optimal flexibility for advanced research, to define material characteristics from viscosity to viscoelasticity. Sequence-driven rSpace software allows fully customisable test design and SOP operation.
The GeSiM BioSyntheSizer 3.1 is a compact lab automation platform designed for high flexibility. In the basic configuration, it masters several different chemical syntheses simultaneously.
To reduce energy consumption, Thermo Fisher Scientific's ultralow-temperature freezers incorporate features such as V-drive technology that continually detects and adapts to user patterns to provide temperature uniformity throughout, fast door opening recovery and lower heat emissions to reduce HVAC costs.
Tecan has unveiled the automated RESOLVEX A200 positive pressure workstation for LC-MS sample prep. Said to be lighter and smaller than previous systems, it has been carefully designed to offer ease of use and enhanced performance.
The S80-T80 range of modular liquid analysers from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) is designed to provide engineers and managers with the process data they need to obtain and maintain a range of global, regional and local quality, environmental, safety and other certifications.
The UNI-STOP has been designed by Westlab as an alternative to other stoppers. Each stopper has the ability to transform from a solid stopper to a stopper with one or two holes, depending on the model, for a range of experiments.
Researchers have developed a way to modify the atomic structure of iron to create a metal that can strip impurities from water in just a few minutes.
The ULIRIVISION TI120 thermal imaging camera uses thermal imaging technology for non-contact, non-invasive visualisation of skin surface temperature differences.