At Confocal.nl. we deliver turnkey solutions for the microscopist wanting the best confocal microscope. Applying Re-scan Confocal Microscopy (RCM) developed by Dr Erik Manders, CTO at Confocal.nl, we bring a new approach to provide better, no-nonsense microscopy solutions to the market. In partnership with experienced microscopy entrepreneur. Peter Drent, Erik explains how we do it.
"The team at Confocal.nl has extensive experience in the field of microscopy, both in terms of technology and commercial acumen. We have learned to listen to colleagues and clients. We believe we are able to deliver accessible, easy-to-use solutions with better resolution, sensitivity and reproducibility. We also believe that users of microscopy want to have improved confocal microscopy performance at a price that is equally accessible to them. When we talk to prospective users about their confocal expectations, we start by finding out about their current instrumentation. This core information enables us to propose a custom-designed solution at a most affordable price point. Why dispose of perfectly functioning fluorescent microscopes, cameras and lasers when you can upgrade their performance with our Re-scan Confocal Microscopy module? From our growing, worldwide user base, we are confident we have found the best approach: to deliver a turnkey solution using our unique technology where we maximize photon collection and do so at a price a fraction of buying other commercial 3D confocal imaging solutions."
The ScopeM platform of ETH Zurich has selected Re-scan Confocal Microscopy integrating RCM with a super resolution STORM microscope.
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