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The Francis Crick Institute selects the Phasefocus Livecyte label-free cell analysis system for their Light Microscopy facility

23:16 10 June in News

Dr Kurt Anderson of the Light Microscopy Science Technology Platform at the Francis Crick Institute in London, UK has invested in a Phasefocus Livecyte quantitative lable-free live cell imaging system.  Describing his decision and expectations for the system, Dr Anderson said “Research at the forefront is highly competitive,...

Webinar: Phenotypic and Kinetic Analysis of live cells – Latest developments in label-free imaging

14:19 19 April in News

Phasefocus is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring a webinar at 9:00 am CDT on April 27th on the subject of label free imaging.  The webinar is being hosted by the International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology (IJBCB), and sponsored by Phasefocus.  The speakers will include Martin...

Phasefocus will be exhibiting at the 15th International European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) meeting in Sitges, Spain 19th – 22nd May 2015

09:39 21 April in News

The 15th annual meeting of the European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) will be taking place at the Hotel Melia, Sitges, near Barcelona, Spain, from the 19th to the 22nd May 2015. ELMI is a unique internationally recognised meeting, combining lectures, exhibitions and hands-on workshops aimed at...

Visit our Booth at HCA and Phenotypic Screening 2015, Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, San Diego, USA, 26th – 27th January 2015

13:38 15 December in Events, News

Learn more about how the Phasefocus VL21 innovative label-free live cell imaging system can enhance your phenotypic screening capabilities.  This live cell time-lapse imaging system uses a technique known as ptychography, giving you new insights into cell morphology and behaviour. Find out more here...