34th Anniversary of Omega in Space

Yesterday was Omega's 34th anniversary in space! On July 2, 1985, the Giotto Spacecraft was launched by the European Space Agency (ESA) with Omega Filters on board. This was the first time Omega had filters that ventured into space and it wouldn't be the last. The Giotto was built to study Halley's Comet. The Halley... Continue Reading →


What Is Flow Cytometry?

Flow cytometry is a quick way to evaluate a large number of cells in solution. In a clinical (hospital) setting, it is often used to count cells of various types, often in blood or plasma. For instance, counting white cells. The cells pass single-file through the detection system which typically consists of laser-based forward and... Continue Reading →

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