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Andor Showcases World-Class Technology at Microscience 2010

Andor Technology plc (Andor), a world leader in scientific imaging, spectroscopy solutions and microscopy systems, will demonstrate its flexible range of microscopy systems at MICROSCIENCE 2010 at the ExCeL London, UK on 28 June - 1 July 2010 at its stand, K3.

Andor Technology will both display and run live demonstrations of its range of Microscopy systems, including the Revolution® DSD, an innovative white light confocal spinning disk based on ‘aperture correlation’, at Microscience 2010.

Andor will also have live demonstrations highlighting the flexibility of the Revolution® XD , Andor’s laser spinning disk, live cell confocal instruments. These combine Andor’s award winning iXonEM+ EMCCD cameras, FRAPPA and solid-state laser combiner (ALC) with the renowned Yokogawa CSU-X1 confocal scanner to provide industry-leading speed and sensitivity.

To see live demonstrations using the new Andor Scientific CMOS camera (sCMOS) join Andor on stand number K3. Unlike any CMOS or CCD technology to come before it, sCMOS sets radical new benchmarks with its unique ability to simultaneously deliver the highest specifications in sensitivity, resolution, speed, dynamic range and field-of-view: true scientific imaging, without compromise.

Andor will also exhibit the Imaris software, offering the most powerful and versatile 3D and 4D imaging analysis software solution on the market for researchers in life sciences, medicine and related fields.

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