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Rigaku Introduces Ultra-High-Speed, High-Resolution 3D X-Ray Micro CT Imager for the Industrial CT Market

Rigaku Introduces Ultra-High-Speed, High-Resolution 3D X-Ray Micro CT Imager for the Industrial CT Market

Rigaku Corporation has announced its launch of the new CT Lab GX series of industrial 3D X-ray micro computed tomography (CT) imagers, signaling its entry into the industrial CT market. [More]
PAMAS Announce S50DP: Particle Counter With Integrated Dilution System For Fluid Analysis

PAMAS Announce S50DP: Particle Counter With Integrated Dilution System For Fluid Analysis

The German company PAMAS develops, manufactures and distributes Automatic Particle Counters for fluid contamination control. [More]
Hiden to Exhibit CATLAB Microreactor System at ARABLAB 2015

Hiden to Exhibit CATLAB Microreactor System at ARABLAB 2015

Hiden is pleased to announce they will be exhibiting the CATLAB Microreactor System for Catalyst Characterisation at ARABLAB 2015, 23rd - 26th March, Dubai UAE. Visit us on Booth 1011. [More]
Deep-Cooled Scientific Spectroscopy Camera for Low Light and Ultrafast Spectroscopy

Deep-Cooled Scientific Spectroscopy Camera for Low Light and Ultrafast Spectroscopy

HORIBA Scientific, global leader in Optical Spectroscopy systems, launched its new Synapse EM, a deep cooled EMCCD Scientific camera for low light and ultra-fast spectroscopy experiments. [More]
Exceptional Sensitivity of Malvern's New OMNISEC GPC/SEC System Excites Attendees at SCM-7

Exceptional Sensitivity of Malvern's New OMNISEC GPC/SEC System Excites Attendees at SCM-7

The ground-breaking sensitivity of Malvern Instruments’ new OMNISEC gel permeation chromatography/size exclusion chromatography system generated significant excitement from scientists meeting at SCM-7, when the system made a well-received debut late in January. [More]
Rice University Researchers Simulate Superconducting Materials and Observe Antiferromagnetic Order

Rice University Researchers Simulate Superconducting Materials and Observe Antiferromagnetic Order

A team of physicists from Rice University has simulated superconducting materials by substituting ultra-cold atoms in place of electrons, thus solving a challenge, which has intrigued scientists for almost thirty years. [More]
FLIR Release Handbook on Thermal Imaging for Science and R&D

FLIR Release Handbook on Thermal Imaging for Science and R&D

FLIR Systems have published a new handbook, available as an interactive pdf or iBook for iPad, that allows you to discover thermal imaging applications advances that researchers are making around the world. [More]
Renishaw and Bruker Team Up for a Workshop on TERS and Co-Localised AFM Raman

Renishaw and Bruker Team Up for a Workshop on TERS and Co-Localised AFM Raman

Renishaw, a world leader in metrology and spectroscopy technologies, has teamed up with Bruker’s Nano Surfaces Division to host a series of workshops on TERS (tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy) and co-localised AFM-Raman (atomic force microscopy - Raman spectroscopy). [More]
New Atom Probe Assist Tool from EDAX Improves Specimen Preparation Efficiency for Atom Probe Users

New Atom Probe Assist Tool from EDAX Improves Specimen Preparation Efficiency for Atom Probe Users

EDAX Inc., a leader in X-ray microanalysis and electron diffraction instrumentation, has launched the Atom Probe Assist, a new tool designed to help users of atom probe tomography prepare specimens for faster and more efficient analysis than previously possible. [More]
Pittcon 2015: Brooks Instrument to Showcase Prominent Measurement and Control Products

Pittcon 2015: Brooks Instrument to Showcase Prominent Measurement and Control Products

Brooks Instrument, a world-leading provider of advanced flow, pressure, vacuum, level and vapor delivery solutions will be exhibiting a broad range of mass flow meters, controllers and gauges used for laboratory and research applications at Pittcon 2015, held March 8-12 in New Orleans. [More]