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Shimadzu has introduced the new C2MAP-2000 automated pretreatment module for cell culture media analysis. The system shortens the culture media analysis time for up to 95 components in culture supernatants to one sixth of the previous level.

The Duetta from Horiba Scientific is a new two-in-one fluorescence and absorbance spectrometer aimed at the mid-market.

PerkinElmer’s NeoBase 2 MS/MS kit has now obtained CE mark approval and can be used in Europe to analyse dried blood spots for a wide range of metabolic disorders.

Snapshot imager in the vis/NIR region.

The new Thermo Scientific Genesys UV/vis spectrophotometer portfolio has been optimised for usability and performance.

Imec’s Snapscan hyperspectral imaging camera uses an ultrasonic speed piezo motor stage and innovative software to acquire high-resolution, hyperspectral images in <200 ms.

In response to demand for hyperspectral imaging in the SWIR (1000–1700 nm), Imec has developed its first SWIR hyperspectral imaging camera.

TSI ChemLogix has integrated its Raman spectroscopy instruments with Spectragryph software from Spectroscopy Ninja.

EDAX’s latest revision of its APEX™ Analysis Software is available for both the Element and the Octane Elect energy dispersive spectroscopy systems.

The Sciex Citrine tandem mass spectrometers for clinical diagnostics are available in triple quadrupole and QTrap versions.

Ibsen Photonics has announced the Freedom C series of compact, high-resolution OEM spectrometers.

The Apollo II™ Raman microspectrometer features high sensitivity, high spectral resolution, a broad spectral range and rapid sampling times.

The FluoTime 300 Spectrometer is now available with double monochromators in excitation and emission, which improves sensitivity and temporal resolution.

The Specim IQ is a self-contained, handheld hyperspectral imaging system weighing 1.3 kg.

Horiba Scientific has introduced an automatic sipper accessory and a four-sample changer unit for the Aqualog® A-TEEM spectrometer.

Calibrated, software-controlled energy meters are now available for the LP980 transient absorption spectrometer from Edinburgh Instruments.

The upgraded Ocean FX miniature spectrometer has increased acquisition speed, high-sensitivity CMOS detector performance and integration times down to 10 µs.

Laser Components has introduced a new range of laser diode modules, with narrow linewidth sources for use in Raman spectroscopy and SERDS applications.

Rigaku Analytical Devices has upgraded their handheld alloy LIBS analyser for use in metal recycling, quality control and positive material identification applications.

New software support for McPherson deep UV and soft x-ray spectrometer systems and Princeton Instruments soft x-ray cameras.