Queensgate Instruments have now completed their move to EPIC (Electronics and Photonics Innovation Centre) in Paignton, Devon UK.
Spring offers many surprises as things come out from hibernation during the winter period. This week Prior received an old PriorLux 100 series microscope from the Southport & District beekeepers who found themselves in possession of a donated microscope from the widow of the late Trevor Willets, a former pathologist. The branch is part of […]
Prior Scientific is proud to announce the release of its new PureFocus 850 a revolutionary autofocus for biological and industrial imaging. The PureFocus 850 is a fast, precise and accurate focusing system that has been design to fit both upright and inverted microscopes using infinity corrected optics.
Prior Scientific are pleased to announce the release of our Queensgate NanoScan NPC-D-6000 Series Multi-Channel Closed Loop Controllers. Both the single and multi-channel digital nanopositioning controllers are designed to operate in a closed loop feedback mode with stages or actuators incorporating capacitive position sensors. The controllers deliver: Low noise Low drift High power Best resolution […]
There was some spooky activity at Prior Scientific on Wednesday 31st October 2018, as staff dressed up for our Prior Scientific charity event to help raised money for the Arthur Rank Hospice, Cambridge. Cakes, biscuits and sweets were on offer in our canteen to raise further money throughout the day. A total of £115 was raised […]
Two teams from Prior Scientific are set to race in this years Chariots Of Fire event on Sunday 16th September 2018. The charity race which started in 1992 and has seen roughly 38,000 runners racing against each other in teams over the years. This years 1.7 mile course will take place through the grounds of […]