The aim of the day is to share the breadth of the imaging expertise within the area’s imaging community by bringing together as many of Oxford’s imaging scientists and clinicians as possible, and showcasing the broad range of scientific research being undertaken in Oxford.
Mad City Labs nanopositioners and Prizmatix LED lightsources for optogenetics will be among the products we will be demonstrating for the life sciences. We will also be available to discuss the opportunities our advanced Optical Tweezers offer to researchers.
Registration is free to members of Oxford University and its institutional and NHS collaborators.
The Photonex Roadshow rolls into Glasgow tomorrow, bringing together the UK’s top photonics technology suppliers, leading researchers and invited speakers for a very special one-day event on June 3rd at the University of Strathclyde.
Elliot Scientific will be among the 32 companies dedicated to optics, biophotonics and imaging technology – allowing you to view the latest photonics solutions, optical components, instruments and systems, as well as a conference and tutorials.
Photonics is an enabling technology, so you can only really find out how a company can help you in your work by face-to-face contact. Elliot Scientific’s Solution Science is more than just a slogan, it’s our approach to providing the tools and equipment you need to get the results you want.
We will be demonstrating ultra high-power LED light delivery systems from Prizmatix, ultra-bright laser-driven plasma light sources from Energetiq, nanopositioners from Mad City Labs, and our own ranges of precision slides and flexure stages. Come and talk to us about your project.
Elliot Scientific is now distributing a comprehensive range of LED light delivery products for microscopy, spectroscopy, optogenetics, and other scientific research and industrial applications from Prizmatix, is a scientist-led company that specialises in the design and manufacturing of ultra high-power LEDs. These are available in a range of power levels and wavelengths across the spectrum for applications that include:
- The UHP-T LED for microscopy and imaging – One of the most powerful available today
- Optogenetics – Single and dual wavelength systems for in-vivo and in-vitro research
- Multi-wavelength LED systems offering modularity and versatility for customised setups
- Fibre-coupled units, with up to 11 different LEDs, delivering light through a range of fibre options
For in-vivo and in-vitro optogenetics, Prizmatix offer a full range of modules that start from single wavelength plug-and-go kits, to multi-wavelength systems for activation and silencing in the same fibre. From light sources to cannulae, and everything in between, Prizmatix provides all the components necessary for experimenters in neuroscience, neurobiology, electrophysiology, biochemistry and biophysics. Typical systems have been constructed by researchers for:
- Detection & excitation
- Intensity monitoring
- In-line filtering, attenuation or polarisation
- Reflectance or fluorescence detection for in situ, in vivo, or in vitro applications
Prizmatix have extensively developed various photonics products for use in neuro and bioscience research such as optogenetics, as well as traditional chemistry, biology and physics. For example, fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy, microscopy, and absorption measurement are typical applications here. Elliot Scientific will be demonstrating a selection of Prizmatix products, including the UHP-T and Mic-LED systems, at Photonex Scotland on June 3rd 2015 at the University of Strathclyde.
The Elliot Scientific April newsletter is now available. In this issue we say hello to Prizmatix as we begin distributing their exciting range of ultra high power LED illumination systems and modular optical components for microscopy, optogenetics, and biochemistry; we will also be saying hello to visitors at the Oxford Day of Photonics, RoadVista customers at Traffex in Birmingham, and from the Autex booth at OPIE in Japan; plus the International Year of Light, FEMTOOPTICS, and more…
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