Lookout for our new pop-up background (right) at the forthcoming BiOS and Photonics West exhibitions in February.
Starting on the 1st for just two days, BiOS is the most important biomedical optics conference in the field. Topics covered include biomedical optics, diagnostics and therapeutics, biophotonics, OCT, neurophotonics, nanophotonics, optogenetics, and more.
Elliot Scientific is exhibiting alongside digital holographic imaging (DHM) specialist Lyncée Tec in Booth 8480. They make the invisible visible for researchers in life and materials science through DHM®, a non-scanning non-contact technology that instantly delivers 3D and 4D topography, while we will be showing Optical Tweezers and other precision positioning systems.
Do drop by and say hello!
If you are attending, drop by our stand (1211) to talk to us about the broad range of equipment we offer for researchers in materials science.
From Digital Holographic Microscopes from Lyncée Tec and Confocal Raman Microscopes from WITec, to vibrating sample magnetometers and probe stations from Lake Shore Cryotronics. We can also offer vibration isolation solutions from Accurion and Kinetic Systems of Boston.
We look forward to seeing you.
The Focus on Microscopy (FOM2019) conference and exhibition begins this Sunday morning, April 14th, at the QEII Conference Centre in London, and runs for four long days.
FOM is an annual event that takes places in various countries around the world, presenting the latest innovations in optical microscopy and their application in biology, medicine and the material sciences. Topics will cover:
- 3D optical imaging and image processing
- Adaptive optics for microscopy
- Coherent non-linear microscopies
- Confocal and multiphoton-excitation microscopy
- Correlated microscopies, light/electron
- Developments in resolution and imaging
- Fluorescence image, labelling and spectroscopy
- Laser manipulation and tracking
- Light sheet microscopy
- OCT and holographic endoscopy
- Phase/interference based microscopies
- Raman spectroscopy imaging
- Super-resolution nanoscopy
- … and more
Elliot Scientific will be on stand 2 at the sold-out exhibition. We will be featuring Accurion active anti-vibration products; ultra-bright LED light sources from Prizmatix; and manipulators, stages and other microscopy accessories by Siskiyou.
Come and chat to us about our Optical Tweezer systems, digital holographic microscopes (DHM) from Lyncée Tec, and WITec confocal Raman imaging microscopes. We also offer Patch Clamp amplifiers manufactured by Tecella and the Kinetic Systems’ passive anti-vibration table and platform range, as well as HOLOEYE SLMs and CRAIC Technologies’ microanalysis systems.
For readers keen on acronyms and abbreviations, here a selection to get your teeth into: FCS, FLIM, FRAP, FRET, GSDIM, PALM, SHG, SIM, SOFI, STED, STORM, THG, and TIRF
The Elliot Scientific March newsletter is now available. In this special life science issue we reveal how WITec’s new ParticleScout can help quickly identify and quantify, pollutants, unveil three new videos of products for microscopy and optogenetics from Prizmatix, announce that Siskiyou’s range of motorised manipulators are now available in the UK and Ireland, and show how Digital Holographic Microscopy from Lyncee Tec can help the research scientist, plus Magnetism 2019 in Leeds next month.
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Elliot Scientific has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Lyncée Tec SA, of Lausanne in Switzerland, to distribute and support their range of holographic microscopes based on the revolutionary patented Digital Holographic Microscope (DHM®) technology.
DHM® are 3D optical profilometers characterised by an unrivalled high measurement rate and a very short exposure time. These unique features make possible applications not conceivable using white light interferometers and confocal microscopes: 3D topography measurements in presence of environmental vibration or of intrinsic sample vibration, sample characterization in cryogenic and high temperature environments, large area screening, and analysis of the deformation dynamics of samples due to external stimuli such as temperature and pressure changes, light irradiance, mechanical force, or electromagnetic fields.
In life sciences, DHM® enables label-free non-invasive millisecond to multi-days continuous measurement of cells. Quantitative phase measurements provide quantitative information about cell morphology and intracellular content, cell proliferation and viability, trans-membrane ionic currents and water transport among others.
“We are excited to work with Elliot Scientific, an innovative company with a highly qualified staff that will provide the highest levels of service and knowledge. DHM® are complementary to Elliot’s product line.” said Dr. Yves Emery, CEO of Lyncée Tec. “This agreement enables us to provide high quality products, services, as well as scientific and technological support.”
More information can be found on the Elliot Scientific website at www.elliotscientific.com/Lyncee-Tec-Digital-Holographic-Microscopes
About Lyncée Tec SA
Founded in 2003, Lyncée Tec SA is the leading company in the field of Digital Holography Microscopy (DHM®). The company offers directly and through distribution and OEM partners a broad range of products covering sample holders and conditioning accessories, stand alone and camera-like DHM®, and software modules for efficient analysis of measurement data. Systems have been designed specifically both for R&D and for quality inspection. They are used in the fields of micro production, industrial metrology, MEMS, semi-conductor, micro-optics, watch industry, and cell imaging. For more information, please visit www.lynceetec.com