Fed up with having to spend nearly an hour warming up and cooling down your light source every day? Feel wasteful leaving mercury bulbs running when not in use? The ACT labelled, CoolLED pE-300 Series solves these issues! With the instant on-off feature unique to LED...
The toxic effects of mercury have been well documented for decades. From cognitive impairment to respiratory failure and even death, why on earth would you want to use it if there’s a more cost-effective, safer alternative with enhanced performance?? LED technology...
CoolLED is delighted to announce that it’s pE-300 Series has been awarded the ACT Label for sustainability. In October 2017, My Green Lab launched ACT, the first environmental impact factor label for laboratory products. ACT (accountability, consistency, transparency)...
CoolLED are very please to announce that Valentina Palacio-Castaneda is the winner of our undergraduate contest, ‘Scientists of Tomorrow’.
Obesity and its health effects is a major problem and that is becoming more prevalent. Researching the cells in the brain that are affected by food intake and satiety mechanisms is important and may lead to other forms of intervention beyond dietary control.
The CoolLED team had a great time visiting its partners Medipan recently. It was also a perfect opportunity to present them with an award in celebration of 10 years successful collaboration.
This recent article in Nature Communications is an intriguing example of marrying a mathematical model of cell fate tracing with biology data.
CoolLED have a great article published in Imaging & Microscopy June 2018
CoolLED thrive working alongside customers to ensure their OEM requirements are fulfilled to the highest specification. We are proud that our OEM project with Nanolive, won the award “Basel Life MipTec Product-Innovation Award 2017”.
CoolLED, a leader in high end microscopy illumination has recently taken its technological know-how into wide area illumination for UV curing applications
The pE-4000 lights the way for the University of Strathclyde’s Mesoscope – Prof Gail McConnell and Dr Brad Amos FRS describe the new Mesolens set up at the University of Strathclyde
There is a whole range of newly emerging techniques that have traditionally employed laser light to illuminate a sample, but are now turning to LEDs.
Until recently, spinning disc confocal microscopy systems featured laser illumination due to light loss through the system.
In neuroscience, there is a long-standing desire to selectively target one cell type for investigation without affecting other cells in the sample.
LEDs are not just used for illuminating a sample in time-lapse microscopy. They are also used in most focus drift correction systems (from manufacturers such as Leica, Nikon and Zeiss), which are feedback devices used to maintain focus.