Super resolution microscopy that answers the deep biological questions effortlessly
At CrestOptics, we believe that super-resolution should be accessible for all scientists to progress their research. This is the reason we have developed DeepSIM, the first super-resolution module that is compatible with any existing upright or inverted microscope with a camera port. It’s as easy to use as a confocal microscope enabling scientists to access deep data from their biological samples.
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in collaboration with Dr Alvaro Crevenna, Head of Microscopy, EMBL Rome Download the application note
Download the application note One of the biggest challenges for Super-Resolution (SR) techniques is to
Download the application note At CrestOptics we are working to make Super-Resolution (SR) accessible to
CrestOptics is a leading company in the development and manufacture of advanced systems for fluorescence microscopy. Thanks to our strength in R&D and engineering, our technology supports the research community and life science industry with highly customized solutions, paying special attention to our customers needs and constantly evolving scientific applications.
Custom opto-mechanical design for OEM partners
CrestOptics is ready to support your Company’s engineering and development needs to bring new ideas to your current product line. However it is not only a matter of managing new projects or design of system upgrades.
With more than 10 years experience in designing and manufacturing core optomechanical subassemblies for our Partners we can adhere to the most demanding production timetables while maintaining the highest quality levels.
Our manufacturing volume for custom setup can easily sustains a tents to hundreds of units per year demand.