LYKOS laser system with its new sleek design is organized to have the laser and RED-i target locator built directly inside the objective, saving researchers from alignment procedures.

The laser system also features UV transmission/fluorescence and offer benefits for clinical processes such as trophectoderm biopsy, blastomere biopsy, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), and laser-assisted hatching.

Hamilton Thorne CEO Meg Spencer said the image quality and resolution provides their customers with benefits in IVF clinics.

The company’s new LYKOS, Staccato and Stiletto laser systems offer scientific advantages in the fields of developmental biology, cancer research and advanced cell biology.

Hamilton Thorne’s laser products attach to standard inverted microscopes and operate as robotic micro-surgeons which enables an array of scientific applications and procedures.