Lab equipment

Torrey Pines Scientific EchoTherm RIC40 chilling/heating dry bath

26 February, 2020 | Supplied by: Edwards Group Pty Ltd

Torrey Pines Scientific announces its EchoTherm RIC40 Peltier-driven, compact chilling/heating dry baths with temperatures settable from 0 to 100°C.


Biotix xTIP4 pipette tips

25 February, 2020 | Supplied by: Interpath Services Pty Ltd

Rainin LTS pipette users now have even greater choice when it comes to selecting tips. The Biotix xTIP has been manufactured for compatibility with LTS pipettes with all the features that tip users rely on.


EXAIR Threaded Line Vac air-operated conveyors

13 February, 2020 | Supplied by: Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd

EXAIR's type 303 stainless steel 2-1/2″ NPT Threaded Line Vac air-operated conveyors convert ordinary pipes into powerful conveying systems for parts, scrap, trim and other bulk materials.


'Atomaterials' centre seeks to transform everyday devices

13 February, 2020

Researchers from Swinburne University of Technology are on a mission to create materials and products with unprecedented functionalities.


Labcyte Echo liquid handlers

10 February, 2020 | Supplied by: Beckman Coulter Australia

Utilising sound energy, Echo acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) technology will be useful to scientists involved in drug discovery, compound management, genomics research, synthetic biology, proteomics, functional screening and other research applications.


Scientists create atom-thick amorphous film

07 February, 2020

Previously thought to be impossible, the discovery of monolayer amorphous carbon (MAC) could settle a decades-old debate of exactly how atoms are arranged in amorphous solids.


Antimicrobial fibre made from crab shells and seaweed

03 February, 2020

Researchers have created a new kind of fibre from a combination of chitin nanoparticles — extracted from residual blue crab shells — and alginate, a compound found in seaweed.


Portable device analyses microbes in the environment

03 February, 2020

Researchers have created a tool that can swiftly analyse microbes in oceans and other aquatic environments, revealing their health and their response to threats to their ecosystems.


Eppendorf epMotion 5070 automated liquid handling workstation

01 February, 2020 | Supplied by: Eppendorf South Pacific Pty Ltd

The epMotion 5070 is a compact automated liquid handling workstation for normalisation, PCR or qPCR set-up of 96 samples.


Eppendorf Research plus ultralight pipette

31 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

The Eppendorf Research plus is a safe and ergonomic pipette, designed to protect the health of users during their daily work. It incorporates the PhysioCare Concept, which should reduce the strain on the hand and arm during pipetting.


Hamilton Microlab Prep automated liquid handler

28 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

Bio-Strategy and Hamilton introduce the compact Microlab Prep automated liquid handler — a suitable entry-level solution for those transitioning away from manual pipetting in 96- and 384-well microplates and other sample vessels.


Restek Resprep Quick-Replace vacuum manifolds

22 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Leco Australia Pty Ltd

Cross-contamination of samples run in series through typical SPE vacuum manifolds is a common problem for sample preparation labs. Restek's Resprep Quick-Replace vacuum manifolds are designed to eliminate this risk as they contain a disposable valve liner that can be quickly and easily replaced between samples.


Liquid Handling 4.0: what to consider when selecting OEM robotic components

22 January, 2020 by Claudio Bui* | Supplied by: Tecan Australia

Here are some important questions to ask when selecting OEM components and robotic platforms for automated liquid handling.


'Chameleon metals' change surfaces in response to heat

21 January, 2020

Treating particles of liquid metal alloys with heat causes them to roughen their surfaces with tiny spheres or nanowires. Control the heat and you can control the surface patterns.


Polymer fibres: light, strong and tough

14 January, 2020

One individual fibre is as thin as a human hair and weighs less than a fruit fly, yet is very strong: it can lift a weight of 30 grams without tearing.


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