Innopsys offers the most complete family of fluorescence microarray scanners on the market

Whether your needs be a low-cost IVD fluorescence reader, a higher resolution infrared scanner for protein microarrays, or the highest-resolution fluorescence laser scanner on the market, Innopsys has the perfect solution for your research or diagnostic needs.


IMAGE Friday, 05 February 2016
On January 29th, Innopsys was awarded with the business matching award at the trade show Nanotech 2016 taking place in Japan. It rewards the company with the highest number of meetings obtained during the trade fair. Innopsys attended Nanotech 2016 as part of the Nanotech Mission in Japan organized by the EU-Japan centre for industrial Cooperation where we presented our nano patterning equipment, the InnoStamp 40. This mission proved to be fruitful as shown by the number of high quality contacts obtained. Thank you all again for the interesting discussions.
Monday, 14 December 2015
Title : To amplify or not to amplify: A comparison between fluorescent detection methods for protein microarray applications. In this collaborative work, Sartorius and Innopsys teams demonstrated the influence of the signal detection wavelength in combination with Innopsys dynamic range (XDR) detection method on both the sensitivity and dynamic range of the fluorescent signal measured with or without signal amplification on Sartorius UniSart Microarrays slides. The choice of fluorophore and scanning method can largely influence the quality and intensity of the measured signals on a RPPA assay.
Monday, 07 December 2015
Scann the OGT CytoSure™ Arrays with the InnoScan® 710 and get optimized data To efficiently scan and extract data from all high density array formats, Innopsys has developed specific slide configurations fully adapted to automated scan of oligo slides. Thanks to a sophisticated feature extraction software MAPIX®, intensity data is easily exported in a format compliant to the specifications of the analysis software such as CytoSure™ Interpret software. In this work, we demonstrated the application of the automated platform to the scan of 4x10k CytoSure Embrio Screen and the 1x1M CytoSure Medical Research Exome Arrays. All abnormalities could be detected thanks to the obtainment of excellent DLRs. To learn more
IMAGE Friday, 02 October 2015
  Innopsys & Biosoft are pleased to present our latest achievement. Laminin, collagen, streptavidin… InnoStamp print any ExtraCellular Matrix (ECM) protein on microscope slides. Well… What is really new?
Print in a homogeneous manner, along a full microscope slide format. Discover our new inking system, also compatible with multiplexing… This work has been published in Nature Methods last month,
download in pdf format. Contact us for more details, Innopsys Team
IMAGE Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Last May 5, INNOPSYS obtained the Innovative Enterprise Competitiveness label (EIP). EPI label is the French national brand for competitiveness’ clusters that awards technological companies with high growth potential. EPI label helps SMEs to get access into private funds. Selection is made by a multidisciplinary committee including members of the French Competitiveness Cluster, members of the French Association for the Investment and Growth (AFIC) representing all the component parts of the private equity industry; and BpiFrance and Retis network representatives. EPI label is part of INNOPSYS process in regards of equity for growth. 

Trade shows & conferences

Monday, 07 December 2015
Innopsys presented its infrared microarray scanner at the RPPA Global workshop in Virginia in October. The RPPA workshop allowed community to learn about new developments and challenges for RPPA. Dr. Taran Gujral, Ph.D. from Harvard Medical School presented his work and results notably obtained with the InnoScan 710-IR. Dr. Gujral has been using the scanner since 2013 and considers this is the best RPPA scanner with high resolution, built-in spot analysis capabilities and throughput on the market.
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41st Micro and Nano Engineering Come visit the ‘s-Gravenhage in September! On the occasion of the MNE2015 conference to be held in The Hague in September, Innopsys and the Laas-CNRS will present their innovations. Games, new products & opportunities. Come and discuss with Jean-Christophe and I about opportunities for new partnership and collaboration, and discover our new innovative equipment. Try the following experiment with us! Print a safe biological molecule with our microcontact printer the InnoStamp40, and then generate a high-resolution image with our fluorescence scanner. Finally scan the flashcode with a smartphone or a tablet to connect to the matching address. This could be used in many fields: anti-counterfeiting, authentication, invisible marking, sorting...
Come visit booth 25 to try it with us! Kind regards.
Innopsys team
Tuesday, 13 January 2015
Catch up with Innopsys at the following events: RPPA 2015 Global Workshop - Manassas, Virginia on October 12-13, 2015. AMT Microarray Technology conference, Berlin March 17-18, 2015 See you there!
IMAGE Monday, 05 January 2015
Thanks to all those who came to visit Innopsys this year at the American Society for Cell biology conference in Philadelphia, PA. The meeting was very informative and productive. We in particular presented there our latest whole-slide imager, the InnoScan 1100, which combined three excitation lasers, confocal PMT detection, automation and high resolution for high quality cell and tissue imaging.
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Don't miss a chance to meet with Innopsys and our product by planing the following rendezvous: Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology February 8-12, Nelson (New Zealand)

Workshop on Micro-Contact-Printing and Nanoimprint Lithography, March 09, Dresden (Germany)

IMAGINENANO 2015,  March 10-13, Bilbao (Spain)

Micro and Nano Engineering 2015, September 21-24, The Hague (Holland)

  See you there!