MipTec is an exhibition for those active in the field of industrially relevant, translational, basic and applied research and development to be informed about the latest Life Sciences technologies and services. It is a growing and prestigious event showcasing cutting-edge technologies. In conjunction with the international scientific congress called EMBO at BASEL LIFE and a range of Innovation Forums on technology, application and business, MipTec will be a significant showcase for European excellence in research, science, and innovation.
Join us at booth A48 to see our latest developments in high-content and cellular imaging, and microplate reader technology. We will be showcasing the NEW ImageXpress Pico Automated Cell Imaging System, which captures and analyzes stunning images while reducing manual effort and increasing throughput, and our SpectraMax iD series microplate readers, which offer unparalleled performance in truly personalized platforms.
You can also learn how our Advanced Workflow Engineering Solutions (AWES) service team of in-house experts can skillfully customize our instruments to optimize workflows for your specific needs, including scale-up automation - adapting our systems to seamlessly integrate into larger automation workstations. AWES can design and test a whole workstation from scratch, incorporate it into an existing automated solution, or deliver a customized, automation-ready system for future integration.
Join our seminar!
Introducing the ImageXpress Pico & CellReporterXpress Software
When: September 13, 2018
Time: 14:20 – 14:40
Where: MipTec Stage
With the latest addition of the ImageXpress Pico to our broad imaging product portfolio, we offer a very cost-effective automated cell imaging system that does not compromise functionality nor ease of use. The very intuitive web browser-based CellReporterXpress software comprises flexible image acquisition, image analysis, and data visualization for a wide range of applications from angiogenesis, autophagy, mitochondria integrity, neurite outgrowth, phagocytosis, to viral infection studies. Join us to learn more about why this new system is rapidly growing in popularity!
Presenter: Christian Holz, Imaging Application Scientist (Molecular Devices)