We will be holding a symposium at MIPTEC 2017 in Basel on Monday September 11th at 12:15 in room Delhi where we will introduce our technology and its implications for live cell research.
Please see the abstract here below:
A MARKER-FREE TECHNOLOGY TO ANALYZE YOUR LIVING CELL’S INTERNAL STRUCTURE AND ORGANELLES IN 3D, AT HIGH TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL RESOLUTION.
Dr. Mathieu Frechin, Nanolive SA, Ecublens, Switzerland
Holographic-tomographic microscopy is an emerging and powerful new imaging approach that will revolutionize live cell imaging. At Nanolive, located in the EPFL Innovation Park, we developed the first microscope of this kind, the 3D Cell Explorer. Our microscope allows researchers to look instantly inside life in 3D & 4D without any labelling.
The 3D Cell Explorer can instantly acquire 3D images of cells (bacteria, yeast, protozoa, mammalian) and tissues, in a non-invasive way. It measures refractive index changes, with truly no phototoxicity due to the very low light power necessary to generate holograms. This enables users to record 3D movies of living cells at 1 image per second for weeks.
To summarize, our holographic tomographic system is a brand new, powerful and easy solution to study biology in 3D, based on refractive index changes observed in your sample of interest.
The 3D Cell Explorer is a Plug & Play standalone system and it is compatible with a top stage incubator.
We hope to see you at our booth #A12 from 11th to 13th of September!