In cooperation with the research group Experimental Biophotonics of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at BUT, Telight will launch a three-year project with the aim of raising the possibilities of the Q-Phase holographic microscope to a new level and bringing new possibilities to customers.
Telight Q-Phase is designed for QPI (quantitative phase imaging) and its unique ability is the monitoring and calculation of dry cell mass. The development of the new generation will be supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TACR), which ensures state support in the field of applied research and development since 2009.
“We sent the application last year. The submitted projects are usually of very high quality, so we were pleased that we were selected.” Petr Jaroš, CEO of Telight
Cooperation with the BUT is not new to Telight. A research group led by prof. Radim Chmelík has already collaborated on the previous generation of holographic microscope Q-Phase.
“We are looking forward to another three-year cooperation and we believe that its results will be appreciated by future users of the new device.” Tomáš Slabý, Head of Development at Telight