Confocal.nl aims to change the microscopy industry with a confocal microscope based on the re-scan invention: the Re-scan Confocal Microscope (RCM). RCM combines the super-resolution capability with higher sensitivity than most confocal microscopes.
RCM is an upgrade to an existing wide-field fluorescence system. RCM is an affordable confocal imaging system: an ideal solution for small labs with limited budget, but demanding tasks and an excellent add-on for imaging facilities to increase the imaging capacity.
The RCM technique extends standard confocal microscopy with a re-scanning unit, improving lateral resolution by √2 and reducing signal to noise ratio.
RCM for visible light spectrum is available for ordering. It features up to four colour confocal imaging at a 1 FPS live speed.
January 23: ETH Zurich has integrated RCM with a STORM microscope
January 18: The first publication with RCM
December 18: The Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine implements RCM
December 11: New brochure to explain Re-scan Confocal Microscopy now available
November 25: The Sauer Laboratory implements Re-scan Confocal Microscopy with our turnkey system
July 27: RCM-control for Micro-Manager
July 23: RCM meets Leica's DMi8
February 18-22, Leuven, Belgium - RCM workshops
February 27, Warsaw, Poland - RCM workshops
March 4-8, Edinburgh, UK - RCM workshops
March 11-15, London, UK - RCM workshops
March 25-29, Ghent, Belgium - RCM workshops
March 7-10, Oslo, Norway - RCM workshops
April 14-17, London, United Kingdom - Focus on Microscopy
May 1-10, Woods Hole, USA - Course on Analytical & Quantitative Light Microscopy
May/June, Helsinki, Finland - RCM workshops
July 1-4, Manchester, United Kingdom - Microscience Microscopy Congress
July 15-19, Edinburgh, United Kingdom - ESRIC Super-Resolution Summer School
October 9-12, Heidelberg, Germany - EMBO symposium: Seeing is Believing - Imaging the Molecular Processes of Life,