ACCU-SCOPE Inc. is pleased to introduce the MPX-16C 16-megapixel color microscopy camera, the latest addition to the Excelis line of microscope cameras. Boasting extraordinary color and high resolution on any microscope, the MPX-16C is the latest “must have” imaging device for microscope users in industry, manufacturing and life sciences.
The Apollo II™ features high sensitivity, high spectral resolution, a broad spectral range and rapid sampling times all on the same Raman microspectrometer. Designed with a great price-performance, the Apollo II™ can measure Raman spectra of micron-scale samples with unparalleled performance.
HORIBA Scientific, a global leader in Fluorescence instrumentation and solutions, is pleased to announce that it now is offering an automatic sipper accessory and a 4-sample changer unit for its Aqualog® A-TEEM spectrometer.
With machine learning technology, EasyScan GO automatically and accurately detects malaria parasites within minutes, providing important decision support to microscopists and enabling effective tracking of the mutating disease through standardized diagnoses. The future of automated quality diagnosis begins now.
XIMEA presented new models from the high-speed line of PCI Express based cameras earlier this year and now they are available to order.
CRAIC Technologies announces the ability to use deep UV lasers with its 20/30 PV™ UV-visible-NIR microspectrophotometers.
HORIBA Scientific, a global leader in optical spectroscopy instruments and solutions, is pleased to announce 4 new detectors in its CLUE Series for Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) and dual SEM/Focused Ion Beam (FIB) microscopes.
More than 25 Andor cameras used in the recent LIGO collaboration responsible for the discovery and observation of a kilonova
Under the direction of the Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP, an in-house Fraunhofer project for development of biodegradable electronics was begun last year.
A Prior stage has been used in a ground-breaking study comparing traditional fluorescent tags to Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Nanoparticles (SERS NPs), which found there were significant differences between the two imaging methods.
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