site site site my site my site my site
+61 8 8150 5200

Australia • New Zealand


Home News
blog image

AFM Probe Selection Webinar

Join us for a free virtual workshop on AFM probe selection on Wednesday 27 October 2021. During this workshop Mickael Febvre and Alexander Dulebo will explain the fundamentals of AFM probe design, provide an overview of the probes available and their properties, and outline how to select the right probe for the right application. There will also be a short presentation on the latest innovations in probe development for biological and materials sciences applications.


Meet the Bruker Team


Dr Mickael Febvre, Application Manager
Dr Alexander Dulebo, Application Scientist


Session 1 : 9am BST  |  10am  CEST  |  7pm AEDT
Session 2 : 4pm BST  |  5pm CEST  |  8am PDT  |  2am AEDT (Thurs 28 Oct)

Read More
blog image

NIR Laser Spectrum Analyser

Bristol Intruments announce the addition of the 771 NIR2 to their range of spectrum analysers, which features a detection range of 1-2.6µm with the convenience and consistent performance of a pre-aligned fibre-optic input coupling.


The 771 Series Laser Spectrum Analysers combines proven Michelson interferometer technology with fast Fourier Transform analysis resulting in a unique instrument that operates as both a high-resolution spectrum analyser and a high-accuracy wavelength meter. With spectral resolution up to 2GHz, wavelength accuracy as high as +/-0.2parts per million (+/-0.0002nm at 1000nm) and an optical rejection ratio of more than 40dB, the model 771 provides the most detailed spectral charcterisation of lasers that operate from 375nm to 12µm.


For further information please contact us or read more.

Read More
blog image

New Upright Microscope

Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the Eclipse Ci-L plus biological microscope.


Long term microscope users know all too well the issues of back and neck strain along with eye fatigue associated with operating and observing specimens under a microscope every day. To reduce these common fatigue problems, Nikon has designed the Eclipse Ci-L plus biological microscope with the intent of eliminating unnecessary operator movements while maintaining the high optical performance of the existing model, the Eclipse Ci-L. The Eclipse Ci-L plus enables users to concentrate on their observations and helps reduce fatigue associated with repetitive microscope operation.



  • LIM (Light Intensity Management) helps reduce eye strain by preventing sudden light intensity changes after changing magnifications
  • Ergonomic design contributes to reducing physical strain
  • Front panel display enables confirmation of magnification and illumination status at a glance
  • Scale bar adjustment linked to nosepiece rotation for more efficient observation
  • Automatic shut-off with ECO mode


For further information please contact us or read more.

Read More
blog image

Supercharged Calcium Imaging

CoolLED are excited to introduce their new LED microscope illuminator for lightning-fast calcium imaging, pH monitoring, rtiometric fluorescence, FRET and everyday fluorescence micrsocopy, the pE-800fura


Fluorescence freedom : 8 powerful LED's span 340-635nm to cover all popular calcium and pH indicators, fluorophores and opsins from Fura-2 to Cy5.

Lightning-fast microscopy : Capture dynamic events at the highest temporal resolution and enhance the accuracy of ratiometric measurements with <7µs TTl triggering

Affordable automation: Inline excitation filters and our unique Sequence Runner for triggering illumination sequences with just a single TTL-out of a camera transforms a manual microscope into a powerful automated imaging system.
Low phototoxicity: Comprehensive controls such as fine irradiance modulation and individual channel switching protect samples from phototoxicity and photobleaching, also pushing the boundaries of time-lapse imaging.

Simply better control: In addition to electronic, analogue and GUI control via The LightBridge, full support is available in several imaging software platforms, including NIS Elements and µManager. Integration in cellSens is achieved using the pE-6501-8-FR USB controlled TTL trigger box.


Fur further information please read more, contact us or watch the video tutorials.

Read More
blog image

Fast Line-scanning Confocal Microscope

Welcome to the family NL5 !

  • Fast scanning speed: 25fps
  • Perfect for deep 3D confocal imaging
  • Live-cell friendly
  • Easy to use & compact
  • Add-on to existing microscope (inverted and upright), left or right port

For further infromation please contact us, read more or book an online demo.

Read More