Whether you’re discovering new materials, solving analytical problems or assuring product quality, light is a powerful tool for revealing the answers to complex scientific questions. We offer instruments that harness the power of light to analyze physical, biogical, and chemical processes, that impact your research or scientific analyses and get the best results possible.
Take your ideas to market quickly and keep your company competitive by standardizing materials analysis instruments and software across your organization — from the research department to the factory floor and in the analytical services lab. We help you to:
Minimize the learning curve for instrument operation and data interpretation with consistent technology and software needed to make critical decisions and limit risks. Whether you partner with academia for new materials or transfer methods from your analytical department to quality assurance labs across the globe, reliable data is key to your success.
Quickly identify potentially hazardous substances with Thermo Scientific™ portable instruments for solid and liquid chemical identification.
Our fit-for-purpose, lightweight, handheld instruments bring the power of Raman and FTIR spectroscopy directly to the field, enabling EOD technicians, police, military, and hazmat teams to identify a broad range of unknown chemicals, chemical weapons, and explosives. Portable technology helps first responders minimize time on target and make more informed, safe decisions in the hazard zone.
Our handheld narcotics analyzer brings the accuracy and reliability of a lab-proven Raman technology directly to the scene. This analyzer quickly identifies multiple controlled substances without direct contact for most samples to preserve evidence and keep officers safe.
See how our instruments enable imaging and analysis of tissues, cells, and their components; DNA, RNA, and protein quantitation; studies based on ELISA, luciferase, and many other assays.
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