The HyperScope multiphoton imaging system now has advanced imaging capabilities; the introduction of an extended wavelength lens set means you can image deeper and through thin scattering layers in in vivo samples. Learn more here.
Scientifica's senior management visited Buckingham Palace to receive their Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2014 in a special ceremony attended by The Queen herself.
Mondays evening reception saw Sales & Marketing Director Matt Kemp travel to London with other colleagues and members of Scientifica's parent company Judge's Scientific.
"To win a second Queen's Award in a different category is really exciting. It was great to go back to Buckingham Palace and receive it as a guest of The Queen. The recognition of our efforts to develop the best possible products will give all our staff a great deal of pride. I'm sure it will encourage us to keep developing even better precision scientific equipment in the future and expand our business worldwide."
The company won its first prize for international trade in 2012.
This time the selection committee recognised Scientifica for the development of their Multiphoton system which is uniquely designed with electrophysiologists in mind. This system has a number of superior features such as easy switching between in vivo and in vitroexperiments, and Scientifica's own SciScan software.
Scientifica continues to strive to be at the forefront of innovation in electrophysiology and imaging equipment and keeps on growing every year.
The Lord Lieutenant of Sussex will visit the company's headquarters in Uckfield in September, to make a formal presentation to the company.