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CoolLED is Recruiting

CoolLED has an exciting opportunity for a Production Operative to join our Production Department.

The C9orf72 protein interacts with Rab1a and the ULK1 complex to regulate initiation of autophagy

This is a very interesting paper that uses LED illumination in all the fluorescence microscopy. 

Magictree at 70th Korean Physiology Society Meeting

Great to see our friends at Magictree exhibiting CoolLED’s  pE-340fura for ratiometric Calcium Imaging

CoolLED is Recruiting

CoolLED has an exciting opportunity for an Events & Database Co-Ordinator to join the Marketing team

CoolLED did it!!! We Walked the Testway!

We did it!! A very wet and miserable day it may have been, but the CoolLED Team pushed through on Sunday 14th October to complete varying distances from 5-25.5 miles for a great cause. 

Switch OFF Mercury Bulbs and Switch ON and Award Winning LED System

With the instant on-off feature unique to LED systems, you can have the light you need and only when you need it.

Wave Goodbye to Mercury with CoolLED!

The toxic effects of mercury have been well documented for decades, why on earth would you want to use it if there’s a more cost-effective, safer alternative with enhanced performance??

Alzheimer’s Society Coffee Morning

CoolLED would like to thank everyone who contributed towards our annual coffee morning last week.

pE-300 Series Secures ACT Label Status

CoolLED is delighted to announce that it’s pE-300 Series has been awarded the ACT Label for sustainability.

And The Nick Edwards Gold Award 2018 goes to…

Huge congratulations to our 2018 Nick Edwards Gold Award Winner…

Manuel Beynon, Distributor+ at Bristol University

Great to see our CoolLED Distributor+ Manuel Beynon from Microscopes South West representing us at The Technical Conference at Bristol University last week. 

Imaging & Microscopy publish Programmable LEDs Benefit Cell Viability

CoolLED have a great article published in Imaging & Microscopy June 2018 –

European Placement Network brings Louis Burgy to CoolLED

We are proud to welcome Louis Burgy, a Swiss student studying Mechanical Engineering and Production Management. 

CoolLED welcomes Tom Shah

CoolLED is pleased to welcome Tom Shah to the team for a 4-week internship.

CoolLED is Walking the Testway and needs your help!

This year CoolLED is taking part in the  “Walk the Testway” event to raise money for the Andover Riding for the Disabled charity.  Employees will be walking varying distances from 5 – 25 miles!

Fond Farewell to Phil

The time has come to bid farewell to Phil Joyce, our Production Engineer who is retiring.

Work Experience at CoolLED for George Dahne

CoolLED was proud to welcome George Dahne on work experience recently. 

CoolLED is Recruiting

CoolLED has a great opportunity for a Goods In/Out Operative to join our growing Manufacturing team.

Congratulations to the winner of the Nanolive/CoolLED Scientists of Tomorrow Competition.

CoolLED are very please to announce that Valentina Palacio-Castaneda is the winner of our undergraduate contest, ‘Scientists of Tomorrow’.

CoolLED is Recruiting

Due to strong growth in its core market and opportunities to expand CoolLED is looking to strengthen its R&D department with a Product Development Manager

Appetite controlled by a cholecystokinin nucleus of the solitary tract to hypothalamus neurocircuit

Obesity and its health effects is a major problem and that is becoming more prevalent. Researching the cells in the brain that are affected by food intake and satiety mechanisms is important and may lead to other forms of intervention beyond dietary control.

CoolLED are proud to announce 10 years collaboration with Medipan

The CoolLED team had a great time visiting its partners Medipan recently. It was also a perfect opportunity to present them with an award in celebration of 10 years successful collaboration.

CoolLED Ambassadors for Teen Tech

CoolLED had a remarkable time yesterday at the local Teen Tech event in Basingstoke.

Self-organized centripetal movement of corneal epithelium in the absence of external cues

This recent article in Nature Communications is an intriguing example of marrying a mathematical model of cell fate tracing with biology data