Researchers are using chemical biomarkers released by the brain immediately after a head injury occurs to pinpoint when patients need urgent medical attention.
X-ray analysis of 200 million-year-old teeth belonging to some of Earth's earliest mammals suggests they functioned more like reptiles.
A new virtual triage service, designed by MoleMap, has identified skin cancer in 12% of high-risk patients examined.
Scientists from the University of Maryland have developed a method to determine the structures of large RNA molecules at high resolution.
Cytiva's Fibro PrismA antibody purification technology has been designed to support the industry's drive for increased speed and flexibility, in order to advance the development of novel therapeutics.
The SliceScope Pro 3000 electrophysiology system from Scientifica is a fixed microscope imaging system designed for in vitro electrophysiology and capable of accommodating advanced imaging, such as two-photon and confocal imaging.
US researchers have reported what is claimed to be the first dual-comb spectrometer with a pulse repetition rate of 10 GHz.
SCHOTT's VisiLED UV Ring Light for stereo microscopes combines classic bright-field illumination with UV illumination.
By using the Thermo Scientific Tox Explorer Collection, clinical research, forensic and anti-doping toxicology, laboratories can easily and rapidly optimise their liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) methods for targeted screening and quantification.
Researchers have demonstrated an endoscope that combines photoacoustic and fluorescence imaging in a device about the thickness of a human hair.
Curtin University researchers have developed a new on-site method to immediately and accurately detect and measure levels of PFAS.
The detection of a rare molecule known as phosphine, in the clouds of the planet Venus, points to the potential existence of extraterrestrial 'aerial' life.