Mar. 31, 2014
Zyla sCMOS has proven a superb camera choice for the biologist and microscopist.
Many simply see the Zyla as an amazing value, superb price/performance 'workhorse' camera with which to replace their existing interline CCD and upgrade the performance of their fluorescence microscope.
moreFeb. 13, 2014
Oxford Instruments, a provider of high-technology tools for industry and research has recently acquired Andor. Andor is a supplier of high performance cameras, microscope systems and software for the physical science and life science industries. Andor will continue to focus on growing their existing core markets and will spearhead Oxford Instruments strategic expansion into the Nano-Bio arena.
moreOct. 22, 2013
Understanding embryo development is still one of the most intriguing questions facing today's biologists. Light-sheet microscopy is rapidly gaining recognition for whole organism imaging, allowing cell growth, differentiation and morphogenesis to be studied in detail. However, compared to confocal microscopy, the amount of data generated by this new technique is approximately three thousand times greater and poses new storage and image post-processing challenges.
moreJul. 12, 2013
Available on the iXon Ultra 897 camera, the Optically Centred Crop Mode offers extremely fast frame rate performance from Region of Interest (ROI), and is ideally matched to the speed and sensitivity needs of live cell super-resolution microscopy.
moreJul. 01, 2013
The Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS), has equipped a twelve-strong array of telescopes at the European Southern Observatory in Chile, with custom-designed, red-sensitive CCD cameras from Andor.
NGTS will extend the limits of detection from giant Jupiter-like planets into the Neptune and super-Earth regime.
moreMay. 17, 2013
The group of Professor Markus Arndt at the University of Vienna, Austria, has shown the diffraction of single, massive molecules at a grating in an unambiguous demonstration of the wave-particle duality of quantum physics.
moreDec. 28, 2012
Andor's Zyla sCMOS camera offers high speed, high sensitivity imaging performance in a remarkably light and compact, TE cooled design. Zyla is ideally suited to many cutting-edge applications that push the boundaries of speed, offering sustained frame rate performance of up to 100 fps, faster with ROIs.
moreDec. 13, 2012
Andor iXon 897 EMCCD camera was chosen by the Stellar Observation Network Group (SONG), from the Centre for Star and Planet Formation in Copenhagen, to search for earth-like exoplanets.
moreJun. 15, 2012
Andor Technology has launched the Revolution XD spinning disk confocal family, a flexible system solutions focused on live cell high speed imaging.
moreApr. 04, 2012
A challenge in neuroscience research is to understand the mechanisms underlying synapse formation and how nerve cells contact each other to transmit information.
Most excitatory synapses in the brain are built on actin-rich dendritic protrusions called spines and, as numerous psychiatric and neurological diseases are accompanied by alterations of spine numbers or size, the elucidation of mechanisms that regulate formation and plasticity of spinous synapses is vital.