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Win an Andor Scientific Camera of Your Choice

Andor are giving the you a chance to win one of their refurbished high-performance imaging cameras, which are suitable for a wide range of applications and techniques, and for routine research through to extremely challenging experiments.

 

Their extensive portfolio, which includes the world's most sensitive camera, is characterised by outstanding imaging performance and ease of use, empowering customers to see more, fast. These cameras will enable you to push the boundaries of science.

 

 

Zyla sCMOS
Suitable for applications such as spinning disk confocal microscopy, cell motility studies for TIRF microscopy read more

Sona sCMOS
Suitable for applications such as developmental biology, neuroimaging and super-resolution read more

iXON EMCCD
Suitable for applications such as quantum imaging, fat astronomy and single-molecule detection read more

iDus CCD
Suitable for applications such as Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence and luminescence read more

Newton CCD
Suitable for applications such as Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence and luminescence read more

iStar ICCD
Suitable for applications such as plasma studies, time-resolved fluorescence and photoluminescence read more

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New EVOM for TEER Measurement

The EVOM™ Manual delivers improved workflow efficiency, more stable and repeatable measurements versus traditional Trans Epithelial Electrical Resistance (TEER) meters. Providing users with vital feedback during experiment measurements, the EVOM™ Manual’s large screen offers a range of informational views. The new graphical displays for trend analysis and measurement values helps scientists deliver simple, stepwise methodology during experimental measurements. The touch screen interface provides you with an intuitive, easy-to-use menu for configuration.
 

  • Low noise design offers greater resolution and accuracy
  • Automatic 20X sample averaging improves accuracy and stability
  • Adjustable fixed measurement currents (2, 4 or 10 μA)
  • Resistance auto ranging from 1 Ω to 100,000 Ω or with three fixed current ranges
  • Reliable low current, low voltage design prevents metal ion transport
  • Fast resistance stabilisation on low levels under 200 Ω with resolution to 0.1 Ω
  • Ergonomic tilt stand for low glare operation
  • Graphical display of popular plates (6, 12, 24, 96) for trend analysis
  • Display shows the most recent set of parameters
  • Automatic plate indexing operation with or without control well subtraction for resistance and potential difference (PD) measurements
  • Continuous data logging via USB (PC, Mac, Linux)
  • Saves date stamped data to a spreadsheet readable file on a USB drive
  • Upgradable firmware
  • Uprade of the EVOM3, in the trusted family of the EVOM™ brand of TEER measurement products

 

For further information please contact Tim Watts or read more.

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Ex-demo Sale : EMCCD, CMOS and more !

We're getting in early for the end of FY stock take and and have the following items available for sale at a heavily reduced price, for immediate delivery !
Please contact us for a quotation or further information.

 

iXon Life 888 EMCCD Camera

The iXon family of EMCCD cameras have been long recognised as the highest performance, most versatile solution for the most demanding of light starved applications

Andor’s latest iXon Life EMCCD platform is available exclusively for fluorescence microscopy applications and is engineered to deliver single photon sensitivity with unparalleled price/performance.

iXon Life is perfect for single molecule detection and live cell microscopy with minimised phototoxicity or photobleaching, but at a price not normally associated with high-performance EMCCD cameras.

The camera features …

  • 1MP format (13µm pixel size)
  • Back-illuminated sensor with 95% peak quantum efficiency
  • High speed (26 fps at full resolution)
  • Deep cooling
  • Negligible readout noise
  • Compatible with Andor’s SRRF Stream Super-Resolution

 

Sona 4.2B-6 Back-illuminated sCMOS Camera

Sona is Andor’s high performance, vacuum-cooled sCMOS camera platform, designed specifically for fluorescence microscopy.

The Sona 4.2B-6 provides a stunning combination of sensitivity, speed and resolution to ensure the best performance from your microscope.

The camera features …

  • 4.2MP format (6.5µm pixel size)
  • Back-illuminated sensor with 95% peak quantum efficiency
  • High speed (43 fps at full resolution)
  • Deep cooling
  • Low noise and high dynamic range

 

Nikon Ti2-E Research Inverted Microscope

The Nikon Eclipse Ti-2 research inverted microscope delivers an unparalleled 25mm field of view (FoV) that revolutionises the way you see. With this incredible FoV, the Ti2 maximises the sensor area of large-format CMOS cameras without making compromises, and significantly improves data throughput. The Ti2's exceptionally stable, drift-free platform is designed to meet the demands of super-resolution imaging while its unique hardware-triggering capabilities enhance even the most challenging, high-speed imaging applications.
In combination with Nikon's powerful acquisition and analysis software, NIS-Elements, the Ti2 is a total innovation in imaging.

 

3DHistech Midi II Digital Slide Scanner

The PANNORAMIC Midi from 3D Histech is an automatic digital slide scanner with a remarkable feature set at an afforable price: 12-slide capacity, fluorescence scanning and much more.

It automatically scans up to 12 slides in one run. Its innovative loading mechanism loads and unloads the slides, detects the sample and digitises it in perfect quality.

Thanks to its small footprint, the PANNORAMIC Midi II is a reliable digital slide scanner for the small-to-medium-sized laboratory. Its superior image quality and features in brightfield and fluorescence make it the right choice for research purposes.

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Webinar : Developments in Force Measurement, Mechanobiology

 

Thursday 24 March 2022 : 4pm Auckland, 2pm Sydney, 11am Perth

 

 

Mechanobiology is an emerging field of science combining the contributions of biologists, chemists, and physicists. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) provides the direct tool to measure forces and mechanical properties from atom to tissue level. BioAFM, which integrates AFM onto various optical microscopy platforms, offers the one-stop solution to reveal the effects of the physical forces and mechanical properties on the behaviors and functions of proteins, cells and tissues, and the resulted contributions to development, cell differentiation, physiology, and disease. Along with the expanding success in this field, new requirements have been emerging for BioAFM. To address these requirements, recent developments have been focused on (but not limited to) improved temporal resolution of force measurement for capturing detailed dynamic processes, novel modes for fast and flexible quantitative nanomechanical measurements, enhanced integration with other microscopic techniques, and automation options and intuitive operations for a user-friendly workflow from experiment setup to data analysis.

 

In this webinar, we will introduce in detail on the above-mentioned developments on our new generation BioAFM platforms (e.g., NanoWizard®V & NanoRacer®) and how the practical applications may benefit from them.   

 

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Automated Quantitative Nanomechanical Imaging

Wednesday 9 March 2020, 4pm NZDT, 2pm AEDT, 11am AWST

 

 

Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), with its unique capabilities of high-resolution 3D imaging and direct nanomechanical properties measurement, has emerged as an essential and powerful tool in biological applications. As the pioneer in the field with more than 25 years’ experience, JPK/Bruker BioAFM's have never stop evolving to address emerging new applications.

 

The newly released NanoWizard® V combines high spatio-temporal resolution with a large scan area, flexible experiment design and out-standing integration with advanced optical microscope systems; help to significantly advance our understanding of dynamic cellular processes and molecular mechanisms. PeakForce-QI mode enables fast and flexible quantitative nanomechanical measurements.  Adaptive, intelligence-based Fast Scanning capability and NestedScanner feature not only provide higher throughput even at corrugated samples, but also enable the study of dynamic biological processes in real time. The fully automated AFM head and intuitive operations through the whole workflow, from experiment set-up to data analysis, make our AFM more user friendly, for both experienced and new users.

 

In this webinar, we are going to introduce some of the new features and functions brought by NanoWizard® V, and how they have already been applied in practical applications.

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