Introducing our latest installation, the first Ionscope Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope to be installed in Taiwan at the National Cheng Kung University in Tainan.
Thoughts and updates from the OpenIO team
A year on from our first installation at Imperial College London, we have returned to install a second SICM system at Prof. Joshua Edel's lab at the South Kensington Campus. Professor Edel and his team focus on the development of new microscale and nanoscale fluidic devices for analytical and bioanalytical applications.
The OpenIOLabs team is pleased to announce our acquisition by Cronin Group, an AIM-listed company focused on digitising chemistry. The acquisition brings together OpenIOLabs’ capabilities in developing hardware and software for science and industry with Cronin Group’s technical and strategic skills.
We’re just back from our trip to Pittcon 2017 in Chicago, our second visit as OpenIOLabs, where we made some fantastic connections once again. We’ve helped more people discover how OpenIOLabs can change the way they work.
2016 was the year that OpenIOLabs went out in to the world, after our hard work developing the product it was time to show you what it was made of. We think we achieved this, and more last year! Read our round up of the year and learn more about the projects we're working on.
We’re excited to say we’ve won a place at Innovate UK, taking place on the 2 and 3 November in Manchester. This is an incredible opportunity for OpenIOLabs and we can’t wait to be among so many ground-breaking UK companies. What makes us feel particularly proud to be part of it is that there […]
Are you an SICM (Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope) user? We’ve brought the Ionscope brand into the OpenIOLabs meaning you can now start to benefit from the flexible OpenIOLabs control and data acquisition platform.
We'll be joining 16,000 attendees from industry, academic and government from over 90 countries at the largest conference for laboratory science. Will you be there too?