Blouin et al. from the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Osteology, Vienna, Austria, demonstrated in a recent study the power of high resolution acoustic microscopy to characterize cortical bone properties using kibero's imaging technology. Find the article under: Blouin, S., Fratzl-Zelman, N., Roschger, A. Cabra, W.A., Klaushofer, K., Marini, J.C., Fratzl, P., Roschger, P. (2019). Cortical bone properties in the Brtl/+ mouse model of Osteogenesis imperfecta as evidenced by acoustic transmission microscopy. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 90 (2019) 125–132.
kibero participated as Special Solutions Partner of Nikon Metrology at the Control 2018 International trade fair for quality assurance in Stuttgart, Germany from April 24-27.
kibero GmbH and Biotimes Technology Limited are proud to announce the successful delivery of an acoustic and photoacoustic correlative microscopy platform to Nanjing, China. The system was installed at the institute of Advanced Materials (IAM) of the Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications. The system will be incorporated in the research scheme of the group of Professor Quli Fan, who is working on semiconductiong nanoparticles for biomedical applications. He will be using the system for investigating nanoparticulate systems for photoacoustic imaging and photodynamic and photothermal therapy.
kibero participated at the 31st Control – International trade fair for quality assurance, from May 8th - May 12, 2017 in Stuttgart, Germany.
kibero signed an agreements with Korea based YSP Ltd., an experienced dedicated distributor for high technology imaging and measurement systems, for distribution of kibero systems & technology within Korea.
kibero signed distribution agreements with China based Biotimes Technology Ltd. and Suntesting Ltd., companies specialized in life science and industrial measurement equipment serving the markets in China and Hong Kong.
kibero participated in the 16th European Microscopy Conference, from August 28 - September 2 in Lyon, France and presented it's new photoacoustic and acoustic microscopes easyPAM and easySAM
The London based National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and kibero GmbH signed a cooperation agreement for research and development of signal analysis and characterization methods of acoustic and photoacoustic microscopy data. The research is focused on quantitative analysis of tissues and cells and will be making use of the combined high resolution easySAM / easyPAM acoustic and photoacoustic imaging platform installed by kibero at NPL.
kibero participated in the Dechema 3D Cell Culture 2016, Dechema 2016 from April 19-21 in Freiburg, Germany for discussing how close to 'in vivo' 3D cell models can get, their applications & translation
Strohm et al. demonstrated the power of high resolution acoustic and photoacoustic microscopy to characterize individual cells using kibero's imaging technology. Find the article under: Strohm, E. M., Moore, M. J., & Kolios, M. C. (2016). High resolution ultrasound and photoacoustic imaging of single cells. Photoacoustics Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2016, Pages 36–42. doi:10.1016/j.pacs.2016.01.001
kibero's imaging technology was featured by Strohm et al. in a review on single cell photoacoustic imaging. Find the review under:
Strohm, E. M., Moore, M. J., & Kolios, M. C. (2016). Single Cell Photoacoustic Microscopy: A Review. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 22(3), 1–15. doi:10.1109/JSTQE.2015.2497323
kibero is proud to announce its successful delivery of an acoustic and photoacoustic correlative microscopy platform to London, UK. The system will be incorporated in a research scheme for characterizing mechanical properties of cells and tissues as as well as studying photoacoustic contrast in living cells.
Fadhel et al. published an interesting study on the investigation of cancer cells by acoustic microscopy. Find the article under:
Fadhel, M. N., Berndl, E. S. L., Strohm, E. M., & Kolios, M. C. (2015). High-Frequency Acoustic Impedance Imaging of Cancer Cells. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, 41(10), 2700–2713. doi:10.1016/j.ultrasmedbio.2015.06.003
Pasternak et al. published an interesting study on changes of acoustic properties during cell cycle measured with the SASAM. Find the article under:
Pasternak, M. M., Strohm, E. M., Berndl, E. S., & Kolios, M. C. (2015). Properties of cells through life and death – an acoustic microscopy investigation. Cell Cycle, 14(18), 2891–2898. doi:10.1080/15384101.2015.1069925