Acoustic Ejection Mass Spectrometry technology, incorporating the Open Port Interface and Acoustic Droplet Ejection, has been introduced ahead of commercialisation by SCIEX.
The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Tribrid mass spectrometry platform includes a new high-performance MS with inherent flexibility and built-in intelligence.
Thermo Fisher Scientific have introduced a new compact, benchtop mass spectrometer, the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480.
Bruker IntelliSlides help automate sample loading for timsTOF fleX workflows.
Waters’ SYNAPT™ XS is a new flexible, high-resolution mass spectrometer for R&D labs focused on discovery applications.
Waters has introduced the Select Series Cyclic IMS, which integrates cyclic ion mobility into a time-of-flight mass spectrometer.
Bruker’s SCiLS Lab 2020 MALDI imaging software is now integrated with MetaboScape5.0 for automated annotations of lipids and metabolites in tissue molecular images.
Bruker’s timsTOF fleX™ mass spectrometer includes a software-switchable MALDI source adapted to the ESI timsTOF Pro™platform.
Diode array NIR transmission analyser with calibrations for meat and olives.
Pike Technologies have introduced the IRIS diamond ATR accessory.
Automation of PreOmics’ iST and iST-NHS kits.
Patented UV coating process enables broadband beamsplitter performance down to 120 nm.
Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science) has launched the new line of Vulcan+ handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) analysers.
AP Technologies are distributing OtO Photonics’ PocketHawk series of crossed-cavity Czerny–Turner spectrometers operating from 330 nm to 1050 nm.
The RedSparrow series of MEMS-based grating-collimator spectrometers is now available in a NIR version.
Sartorius Stedim Data Analytics has introduced SIMCA® 16 software for multivariate data analytics.
Agilent Technologies has announced a range of new mass spectrometry products.
Bruker has introduced new new iProbes.
ATR polystyrene film references to assist compliance with European Pharmacopoeia Chapter 2.2.24.
C Technologies introduced a lower-cost version of their variable pathlength UV/vis/NIR instrument.