High-throughput optical microscopy is transforming the science of modern biology — from genetics to drug discovery to synthetic biology. It is rapidly improving efficiency and opening up new possibilities across a wide range of applications.
But scientists today are fundamentally constrained by the limited perspective of traditional microscopes.
As field-of-view increases, resolution decreases. Yet modern biology requires an ability to capture precise data across larger areas and at multiple points in time to understand dynamic systems and reduce costs by accelerating tedious workflows.
Microscopy also has a data problem. Image data is incredibly large, but much of what’s captured is irrelevant negative space. Parsing through the data for insights is time-consuming and expensive.
We’re on a mission to expand the field-of-view for researchers, startups, and industry while preserving resolution and streamlining automated workflows.
Roarke Horstmeyer, PhDMicroscopy
Mark Harfouche, PhDEmbedded Systems
Aurélien Bègue, PhDMicroscopy
Veton SaliuEmbedded Systems
Ron Appel, PhDComputer Vision
Jed DomanComputer Vision
John EfromsonComputer Vision