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Imaging
Spinning Disk Confocal Microscope
Andor Technology's Revolution XD spinning disk confocal family is designed for live cell high speed imaging.
The flexible system offers a range of upright and inverted microscope alternatives. The system is designed for cell division studies, calcium imaging, developmental biology, stem cell research, cell motility, and neuroscience. Using the CSU-X in combination with the new iXon Ultra, the company offers unprecedented image capture rates for your high speed applications.
 
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Andor Technology plc. (Andor) is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and operates at the high-value end of the global scientific digital camera market. Andor was setup in 1989 out of Queen's University in Belfast, and now employs over 200 people in 15 offices worldwide and distributes its products to 10,000 customers in 55 countries.

As portrayed in our mission statement, the principal business of Andor is the development and manufacture of high performance digital cameras. Further, we look to share our expertise to develop the best solutions for your light measuring problems, distributing our products to a customer base encompassing both the scientific research & industrial communities.

The founders of Andor, working in the Physics department of Queen's University, Belfast, found that the cameras then available were inadequate for their demanding applications, so developed their own. After using them in various imaging and spectroscopic applications they found they were being requested by researchers in other departments in Queen's and other universities. Andor was formed in 1989 to take advantage of these requirements.

The company has grown organically and is today the fastest growing company manufacturing high performance digital cameras. Along the way we have pioneered the development of high performance cameras.

Andor Technology PLC was admitted to AIM on Friday 3rd December 2004 (the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market a global market for smaller, growing companies) and has commenced dealings in its Ordinary Shares.