Dec 01, 2019
AXT has further bolstered it's offerings in the life science and microscopy arena with the addition of Alvéole's unique bioengineering platform that allows researchers to better mimic in vivo conditions using in vitro experiments.
Sep 23, 2019
The Auckland Region Tissue Bank (ARTB) is a critical component in New Zealand's medical research infrastructure.
Jun 24, 2019
AXT is pleased to announce it has further enhanced its cellular research product portfolio through the addition of stem cell solutions from StemBioSys.
May 07, 2019
AXT are pleased to announce the formation of a new relationship with US-based Direct Electron who produce next generation detection cameras for Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM).
May 01, 2019
AXT has been appointed CN Bio's distributor for their innovative range of organ-on-chip solutions. These innovative systems will help medical researchers to improve the the efficiency of in vitro studies critical for preclinical assessments.
Mar 19, 2019
AXT have recently installed a Thermo Scientific KAlpha+ XPS system at Sydney Analytical, one of the core research facilities at the University of Sydney. The XPS is designed for the analysis surfaces and depth profiling with the addition of MAGCIS.
Feb 19, 2019
AXT and QUT (Queensland University of Technology) are pleased to announce that QUT have just ordered a TESCAN S8000X Xe plasma FIB-SEM.
Jan 23, 2019
AXT has become the exclusive distributor for Canadian-based ELEMISSION. They specialise in continuous LIBS scanning technology that is suited to large-scale micro characterisation for industrial applications e.g. minerals and alloy analysis.
Dec 10, 2018
TESCAN have recently installed the first TIMA-X automated mineralogy system in China at Peking University. Their geology department is the top geological institute in China and the instrument will be used for fundamental geology research.
Nov 25, 2018
AXT will be distributing LUMICKS' range of optical tweezer systems, designed specifically to monitor biological interactions at the molecular level. They will provide researchers in proteomics, genomics & drug discovery with new insights.