Oxford Nanoimaging

Oxford Nanoimaging (ONI) was founded in February 2016 to commercialise the Nanoimager, a desktop version of a super-resolution single-molecule light microscope about 30 times smaller and significantly less expensive than devices currently available.

The technology was developed by PhD student Bo Jing in the laboratory of Achillefs Kapanidis, Professor of Biological Physics at Oxford. ONI has a disruptive business model combining hardware sold at a price point <30% of existing technology, with subscriptions to hardware and software for automating the research workflow for microscopy, including a cloud-based platform for image analysis.

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