Since its founding in 1986, Applied Precision has grown into a leader in the
development, manufacture and supply of high-performance image acquisition and
analysis systems for the global semiconductor and life science industries. The
company’s products play a key role in providing the quantifiable data and
meaningful information needed to advance technology and realize important
scientific discoveries. The company’s culture encourages teamwork, recognizes
the importance of balancing work with personal time and rewards innovative
thinking. Today, AP has a commanding technology lead in its served markets, and
has earned awards for its innovative products and strong financial growth,
including winning the Deloitte & Touche Washington State Technology Fast 50
award on four separate occasions. The company employs approximately 180
engineers, technicians, managers and sales and marketing professionals at its
Seattle-based headquarters, as well as in its sales and service centers
throughout Europe and Asia.
Indiana University Selects Applied Precision’s Super-Resolution Microscopy System
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