Inverted Microscopes

Inverted microscopes are the acoustic choice for microfluidic research due to their unparalleled reliability and convenience. These microscopes provide strategic benefits that could not be achieved with traditional microscopy techniques. An inverted microscope is designed to locate and image objects from below as opposed to from above - making it the ideal choice for tracking the microscopic movements of organisms in microfluidic experiments. The microscope produces revealing images of microfluidic systems and other cell cultures, offering researchers the highest-resolution images available.
Additionally, an inverted microscope enables researchers to perform real-time optical tracking, allowing for better observation of samples in real time. Effortless operation and maintenance of the inverted microscope makes it a practical choice for laboratories. With its improved imaging capability.