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AXT Pty Ltd

AXT is the leading Australian supplier of analytical and sample preparation equipment providing solutions for science and industry. Their product range serves industries such as mining, minerals exploration, life sciences, materials science, semiconductors, automotive, aerospace, biotechnology, nanomaterials, advanced materials, metallurgy, academic research, forensic science, medical, non-destructive testing (NDT) and coal.

AXT’s product range includes:

• SEM, FE-SEM and FIB from Tescan
• XRD & XRF systems from Rigaku
• Protein crystalography and crystallization automation from Rigaku
• 3D digital microscopes from Hirox
• Raman microscopes from Nanophoton
• Computed tomography (CT) imaging systems from Xradia
• Sample mills, crushers and mixers from Rocklabs and Spex
• Photo-optical particle size analyzers from Haver and Boeker
• Electrical fusion equipment from Katanax
• High voltage pulse power products from Selfrag
• Liquid handling systems, biobanking, sample management and cell imaging systems from TTP Labtech
• Flat panel x-ray detectors from Varian
• Coal testing equipment including calorimeters, sulphur analysers, proximate analysers, CHN analysers from CKIC.

AXT also manufacture x-ray tubes for all major x-ray analysis brands such as PANalytical, Bruker, ARL, Rigaku, Spectro, Oxford and Shimadzu. These are supplied to clients all over the world.

AXT also provide servicing for all brands of XRD and XRF equipment in the Australian and New Zealand region.

Doherty Institute Implement OpenSpecimen Bioinformatics Platform to Manage Biospecimen Library

Doherty Institute Implement OpenSpecimen Bioinformatics Platform to Manage Biospecimen Library

In the short time that AXT have been promoting OpenSpecimen, the bioinformatics platform for managing biospecimens inventory developed by Krishagni Solutions in conjunction with the National Cancer Institute, it has generated large amounts of interest in Australia. This has already…


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