The Archaeological Research Laboratory at Flinders University have recently installed their new Phenom XL, an all-in- one desktop Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Phenom XL SEM will assist with broadening understanding of indigenous, historical and maritime archaeology by facilitating the research, teaching, laboratory and field work of staff and research students.
Komatsu, global supplier of construction and mining equipment, recently installed their new Phenom XL, an all-in- one desktop Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Phenom XL is superfast, easy to use and provides high resolution imaging with elemental analysis of large samples up to 100mm x 100mm.
Fonterra NZ, the world’s largest dairy exporter, has recently installed their new Attension Theta Flex optical tensiometer. The system will be used in the development of dairy products by gaining further insights and understanding of different surface and interfacial interactions.
Nufarm has recently installed their new Malvern Mastersizer 3000 that will be used to study particle size and size distribution of a wide range of agricultural chemicals. With a dynamic size range spanning 0.01 to 3500 microns the Mastersizer 3000 is designed to ease user workload which has resulted to its enduring appeal and propelled the system as the unit of choice.
UNSW have installed their new Livecyte which enables quantitative, label-free live cell imaging with automated tracking and behavioural analysis of hundreds of individual cells within heterogeneous cell populations.The system uses Ptychography to generate quantitative data without the need for cell labelling and allows minimal perturbation which is especially useful for primary cells and stem cells.
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