for the bio-sciences sector
In this article and accompanying video featuring our HypoxyLab product, Dr. Millet et al. at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Université Grenoble Alpes, La Tronche, France, describe a novel method to obtain proteomic signatures of human macrophages and apply it to determine the impact of low oxygen environments on macrophage polarization.
WellBeing™ clinical trials commence
Happy New Year!
Ed Vaizey MP visits Oxford Optronix
Welcome to our new website!
Spring has sprung
Reflecting on 2016; looking forward to 2017
A little time Down Under…
Latest GelCount software update
Asia distributor workshop
Performance updates for HypoxyLab
Meet us at Genes & Cancer UK, Cambridge
Looking forward to a busy 2015
Oxford Optronix reaches new customers
Strategic tie-up with SciPro Inc., USA
Single-channel OxyFlo™ now shipping
GelCount™ software update
Reflections on 2013
Autumn conference round-up
Our 2013 Customer Survey results are out
Next-generation OxyLite™ and OxyFlo™ monitors