Hiden Analytical introduce the new HPR-30 Series quadrupole analysers for vacuum process analysis.
Waters has introduced new software to help intact mass analysis in biomolecule drug discovery and development.
Edinburgh Instruments has introduced a new upgrade for its photoluminescence spectrometers.
Magritek’s new Spinsolve Multi X benchtop NMR spectrometer can access multiple nuclei in a fully automatic way.
SphereOptics have announced a new high-performance Raman spectrometer from Wasatch Photonics.
New FT-IR systems for wine and liquid dairy include cloud based-software and streamlined workflows to deliver results in under 45 s.
SUPER Mass Spec™ allows ions produced by a single ion source to be processed in parallel by a network of mass spectrometers.
Bruker has added TIMS technology to their MALDI PharmaPulse® for label-free HTS in drug discovery.
The updated RHGen relative humidity controller can be used in conjunction with light microscopy, Raman, FT-IR and X-ray to provide further sample characterisation.
The Thermo Scientific Nicolet RaptIR FTIR Microscope enables FT-IR imaging of large, heavy samples.
TOPTICA’s new CTL 900 laser can cover the 900 nm region with wide mode-hop-free tuning.
Ibsen Photonics’ spectrometer is a mini spectrometer module for OEM manufacturers of analytical instruments.
SPECTRO’s ARCOS ICP-OES spectrometer has enhancements in optical interfaces and detection.
The 2030PV PRO™ is a system able to acquire spectra of microscopic samples throughout the UV-visible-NIR region in absorbance, reflectance, fluorescence and photoluminescence.
The theta-SE is a push-button spectroscopic ellipsometer for characterising thin film uniformity.
The NaturaSpec has launched a new high-resolution, high-sensitivity UV-vis-NIR spectroradiometer from Spectral Evolution specifically engineered for fieldwork.
trinamiX has introduced a transmission solution for the analysis of organic liquids with NIR spectroscopy.
908 Devices’ new kit provides a simple, rapid and cost-effective method for oligonucleotide analysis.
Bruker’s TIMScore software now harnesses machine learning for a CCS-enabled algorithm enabling search engines to provide greater peptide and protein identification.
SCiLS autopilot automatically conducts six key performance optimisations to quickly move from a prepared slide to acquisition of data.