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Inverted fluorescent microscope with stage-top incubator for live cell imaging (Thermosphere EVOS 7000)

The EVOS M7000 microscope is a fully automated, no-personal-contact imaging system. It incorporates both monochrome and color high-resolution CMOS cameras for the best of both fluorescent and colorimetric imaging. The M7000 can scan multiwall plates automatically and features speedy autofocus, image acquisition, and large data processing. Faculty coordinator: Dr. Dileep Mampallil

Inverted Fluorescent Microscope (nikon Eclipse Ti-U)

The ECLIPSE Ti2 inverted microscope delivers an unparalleled 25mm field of view (FOV) that revolutionizes the way you see. With this incredible FOV, the Ti2 maximizes the sensor area of large-format CMOS cameras without making compromises, and significantly improves data throughput. The Ti2’s exceptionally stable, drift-free platform is designed to meet the demands of super-resolution… Continue reading Inverted Fluorescent Microscope (nikon Eclipse Ti-U)

Maskless Lithography system (Microlight 3D)

This system can expose laser beam (385 nm) and pattern UV curable polymers to spatial resolution as small as 3 micrometer. It is used for microfabrication. Smart Print UV is a maskless lithography equipment, based on a DMD projection technology, compatible with a wide range of resists and substrates. Smart Print UV can produce any… Continue reading Maskless Lithography system (Microlight 3D)

The ion trap spectrometer being developed at IISER Tirupati

The 16-pole ion trap mass spectrometer currently being developed at IISER Tirupati features an electrospray ion source, ion funnel, a quadrupole ion guide, a quadrupole mass filter, and a 16-pole radio frequency ion trap. Gas-phase biomolecular ions can be stored for several seconds inside the ion trap and can be probed by laser to study… Continue reading The ion trap spectrometer being developed at IISER Tirupati