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Our company mission is focused on contributing to science by developing microscopy illumination systems that enable research and provide the technology to improve people’s lives. This is not just reflected in our products, but how the company operates as a whole.

Below you can find out how we strive to help improve our environment and community in the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


“It’s great to see how My Green Labs and CoolLED are helping to move things ahead in the area of laboratory sustainability”.

Todd Lynch, UCLA Capital Programs

Good Health and Well-being

People are at the heart of CoolLED. Supporting and developing our colleagues really is the key to CoolLED’s success.

When it comes to good health and well-being across the globe, the CoolLED Mission captures our aims perfectly:

“To contribute to science by developing illumination systems that enable research and provide the technology to improve people’s lives.”

Gender Equality / Reduce Inequalities

Engineering and leadership roles suffer from inequality around the globe, but we’re on the case to help right the balance.

Gender Equality is bigger than CoolLED, and we are aiming to foster equality at a local and national level by empowering girls in STEM.

Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure

Bringing resilience through innovation to CoolLED’s customers and end users, as well as to our own colleagues.

Operating in the global scientific community brings with it a level of resilience, which we experienced during the Covid pandemic.

Responsible Consumption and Production

It’s not just what we create, but how we create our LED microscope light source technology. Several of our products are even ACT Label certified.

Our commitment to the environment runs through the entire organisation and we take our responsibility seriously.

We are constantly striving to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.

Climate Action

LED microscopy illumination has helped revolutionised laboratory sustainability, from energy conservation to avoiding the use of toxic mercury.

The introduction of LED microscope lighting in 2006 revolutionised many aspects of microscopy – including sustainability.

Aims for the Future

It doesn’t stop there as we are working towards several more ambitious goals.

We may have already achieved a lot, but it doesn’t stop there and we have several ongoing goals from major projects to smaller changes