Prospective Instruments is a start-up located in Dornbirn, Austria, and Regensdorf, Switzerland. Founded by Dr. Lukas Krainer it started operations in 2019. Our main goal is it to provide the research and clinical community with a turn-key, flexible, modular and highly compact multimodal imaging platform. All researchers, scientists and clinicians should have access to high quality, affordable multimodal microscopes.
High level microscopy should not be limited to those with technical knowledge, indoor working space or budget. We want to provide access to multimodality at its best combined with a turn-key, compact and flexible device. Every researcher, scientist and clinician should profit from high quality standard, product readiness and revolutionizing product design.
We strongly believe that everyone has to take on responsibility for our environment. This is why we try to set an example and do our part in taking care of the world we live in. Currently, all our company operations are running 100% on renewable energies and our trips to clients and events are being CO2 compensated. To achieve climate neutrality as soon as possible we joined forces with Climate Neutrality Alliance 2025 and myclimate.ch in January 2021.
We design products that focus on the users needs. Every single design decision is based on this principle.
Our microscopes are designed to be very flexible and adaptable to support your work in the most effective way.
Everyone should have access to the high quality microscopes they need to push their research further.
We put the environment first. No large cooling units or energy consumption, saving significant cost.
In our latest video Lukas Krainer, CEO, and Stefanie Kiderlen, senior scientist, will show how easy our MPX-series can be setup and the imaging process started.
Prospective Instruments started collaboration with Prof. Dr. Katharina Zimmermann and M.Sc. Stella Gaenger working on the N2B-patch (EU grant agreement No. 721098) project.
Presentation of the paper "Pump-Probe Elastography (PPE) - influence of the pump-pulse energy on the speed of acoustic waves in fluid and solid media" by Felix Wäger (Prospective) at Photonics West and BiOS 2021.
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