Chromacity is pleased to announce that it has appointed Sintec Optronics to be its Singapore and South East Asian Distributor. For local customers wanting to contact Sintec staff they can contact them at sales@sintecoptronics.com. Chromacity and Sintec Optronics will both be exhibiting at the CLEO Pacific Rim conference in early August in Singapore and we look forward to meeting you there. ...

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Chromacity has  appointed Scitech Pty Ltd to be their distributor for Australia for their entire range of ultrafast laser products. Scitech is a leading supplier of a wide range of imaging, spectroscopy and life science research instrumentation and Chromacity is excited to be partnering with them. For any questions about the Chromacity products please contact them, details can be found here. ...

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Chromacity is delighted to announce that Sun Instruments has been appointed to be our distributor for Japan. Sun Instruments recently presented the Chromacity product range for the first time at the OPIE 17 exhibition in Yokohama. Chromacity look forward to working with Sun Instruments together to further develop the Japanese market. For our Japanese customers who wish to contact Sun Instruments the main contact is Mr Yoshiaki Ohno for our product range. ...

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Chromacity recently presented at the industrial session of Photonex Scotland 2017. Dr Christopher Leburn gave a talk detailing how innovation has helped shape the early stage development of Chromacity and how innovation in product development is crucial for SMEs in the photonics industry. Thank you to those who attended and for Fraunhofer CAP for organising the session.  ...

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Project to develop imaging of heart cells

Chromacity are excited to announce the start of a new project in collaboration with renowned Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology, Prof. Godfrey Smith. The project, in collaboration with the QuantiC Hub, and the University of Glasgow, is for Chromacity to work with Prof. Godfrey Smith to evaluate the performance of his microscope imaging systems when incorporating the Spark 1040 laser. Working out of the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, Chromacity will investigate the feasibility of using its low cost Chromacity Spark 1040 laser system as a source for 2-photon microscopy. It will identify new design criteria to further optimize performance and quantify the size and nature of such improvements from a user perspective. This work aligns with the source technology development (and widening of applications) mission of the QuantiC Hub. ...

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