Cardiac optical mapping has become an important fluorescent imaging technique in the study of the electrical properties of multicellular cardiac preparations, especially in terms of investigating the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias.
The instrument allows materials scientists to discover and design new materials and analyse their structures and properties. Ease of use and advanced automation capabilities enable users with limited experience to obtain expert-level results.
The Thermo Scientific Apreo 2 scanning electron microscope (SEM) offers easy-to-obtain nanometre-scale information at a range of working distances and operating conditions.
A prototype medical imaging device can produce images down to resolutions of 1 to 2 µm — detailed enough to spot the first signs of tumours in specific cells.
US and Hong Kong researchers have used a novel high-speed microscope to record the electrical signals in the neurons of an alert mouse.
The Nanoscan SP range of Piezo-driven stages from Prior Scientific delivers high positioning performance and fast recovery between Z stacks.
Researchers have discovered a way to more accurately analyse microscopic samples by essentially making them 'glow in the dark'.
IKM Instrutek's TC65 calibrator features a touch display and an extended calibration interval of up to three years.
Developed in collaboration with and exclusively for SCIEX, the suite of products comes in three variants for use with the SCIEX Triple Quad 7500 LC-MS/MS System – QTRAP Ready.
Researchers have designed a fluid that works like a luminous ink to obtain very sharp images of damaged tissues, organs and cartilages in diagnostic tests.
Built for a wide range of uses, from metals and battery characterisation to structural biology, the instrument is suitable for labs that conduct both materials and life science research.
The Analytik Jena ScanDrop2 is a UV/Vis spectrophotometer specially designed for the analysis of microlitre samples from 0.3 µL up to 2 mL.