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28 April, 2021

Phasefocus warmly welcome Jessica Rickman to join our Applications Team.

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19 January, 2021

Today, CELLINK and Phasefocus announced a partnership to bring Livecyte, a high content live cell imager, to a wider market.

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22 December, 2020

Phasefocus, the Sheffield-based makers of Livecyte, the live cell high-content analysis system, are delighted to announce the opening of a second UK office based in BioCity, Nottingham.

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2 December, 2020

We've put out a lot of videos this year! Which has been your favourite?

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2 November, 2020

We are currently looking to hire another Junior Application Scientist to join our Apps Team!

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15 September, 2020

Phasefocus is pleased to announce the continuation of its global extension programme with the appointment of ParalabBio as representation in Portugal and Spain.

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10 March, 2020

Phasefocus continues its global extension programme with the appointment of Sinsi Technology Co. Ltd. as its official distributor for China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

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16 October, 2019

We're currently recruiting for two roles at Phasefocus - a Junior and Senior Biological Applications Scientist. If you have a strong background in cell culture and microscopy and would like to join our passionate team, get in touch!

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18 April, 2019

Phasefocus, the Sheffield-based company supplying tools to help researchers develop cures for cancer and stem cell therapies, has secured additional investment as it prepares to launch the newest version of its flagship live cell imaging and analysis system, Livecyte™.

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29 March, 2019

Scientists at the renowned Francis Crick Institute in London have been using Livecyte™ to identify therapy resistant lung cancer cells, that are responsible for relapse in patients.

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