Free Access to DAYBOOK

Free Access to DAYBOOK

Get the new version of our image analysis software DAYBOOK for free. You can now install this software everywhere without any limitation. DAYBOOK is using Bio-formats importer which allows you to analyse images with proprietary files and metadata !  You can also load several images at the same time. With DAYBOOK you can perform automatically several tests such as resolving power, lateral chromatic shift, field distortion, intensity response and more ! FREE...

(Scientific Article) The Argo-SIM highlighted in Photonics

The Argo-SIM is highlighted in a recent article, published in Photonics. This paper presents a detailed study evaluating the performance of Airyscan technology as compared to conventional confocal microscopy. By imaging one of the many Argo-SIM fluorescent test pattern, the authors, from the University of Oxford, show that the processed Airyscan images at default deconvolution settings have a spatial resolution similar to that of conventional confocal imaging with a pinhole setting of 0.2 Airy Units, but with a significantly improved signal-to-noise-ratio. Read the article Korobchevskaya, K.; Lagerholm, B.C.; Colin-York, H.; Fritzsche, M. Exploring the Potential of Airyscan Microscopy for Live Cell Imaging. Photonics 2017, 4,...

Argolight now distributing GATTAquant products in France

Argolight is broadening its range of solutions for fluorescence microscopes: now distributing GATTAquant products in France.   In order to complete the range of products available to his customers, Argolight has been looking for innovative and reliable tools for super-resolution systems dedicated to quality monitoring.   Argolight is glad to be now distributing GATTAquant products in France, as it fits in a comprehensive approach to support all aspects of easy quality control for fluorescence microscopes.   We would like to thank again all the GATTAquant team for their trust, we believe it is the start of a relevant partnership, as both companies and their customers will benefit from a wider network, knowledge and support.       About GATTAquant: GATTAquant, founded in Germany in September 2014, is a spin-off company of the Technical University of Braunschweig in the field of super-resolution imaging. The company specialises in nanoscaled standards for super-resolution systems. They have been used by companies such as Leica Microsystems, Hamamatsu or Scientific Volume Imaging....

(Scientific Article) Optik & Photonik on Argo-Z solutions

After Imaging and Microscopy on May 24th (read article here), Optik and Photonik publishes on April 4th a scientific article co-authored by Noël Converset, microscopy specialist at Zeiss, and Arnaud Royon, CTO of Argolight. They are presenting the new tool that has been developed together with Carl Zeiss France for the performance assessment and monitoring of fluorescence microscopes : the Argo-Z slide.   Read the full article here Visit Zeiss...

(Video) 50 um fluorescent sphere imaged and deconvolved – Argo-HM

The pattern G (Meridians of a sphere.) from the Argo-HM slide was imaged on a Confocal system (Leica SP8), 63x/1.4 oil objective, DAPI channel (Excitation: 405 nm ; Emission window: 420-700 nm), no averaging. The resulting images were processed (deconvolution, surface rendering & movie rendering) by the nice people of SVI using their software : Huygens Professional. We thank them for their supports (www.svi.nl)...

Article : How Argolight won space

Argolight’s CEO Gautier Papon recently posted an article on linkedin about how the company managed to have our product scheduled for a shipment to the Internation Space Station. here is the lead : Two years ago, our small company was contacted by a NASA contractor to supply our product to equip the International Space Station microscope. Now they are getting ready to ship our technology to space in the upcoming SpaceX Spx CRS 11 – Falcon 9 launch. A great achievement for a then 4 people, now 8 people French company. Here is the story of how it came to happen.  Continue reading on Linkedin :   You can read more in an interview of Gautier Papon, in La Tribune national newspaper here (in french)...