Tagged: microscope

Update: ioLight Nears£250,000 Funding Target During the Final Week on Crowdcube

With less than one week until its second Crowdcube campaign comes to an end, ioLight is currently nearing its initial £250,000 funding target. This initiative comes just two years after the company raised £242,180 from 249 through the equity crowdfunding platform. The company, which was founded in… Read More

ioLight Launches Second Crowdcube Campaign: Seeks £250,000 For Growth & Expansion

Less than two years after securing £242,180 from 249 investors through its campaign on Crowdcube, ioLight has launched its second initiative on the equity crowdfunding platform and is currently seeking £250,000. As previously reported, ioLight was founded in 2014 by Andrew Monk and Richard Williams. The company is the… Read More

Brief: Crowdcube #FundedClub Member ioLight to Present Hi-Resolution Microscope at Cambridge’s e-Luminate Festival

Crowdcube alum and #FundedClub member ioLight will be presenting its hi-resolution microscope on Saturday at the e-Luminate Festival. ioLight took to Crowdcube in September for the microscope and surpassed its initial £150,000 and achieved£242,180 from goal thanks to nearly 250 investors. The device is considered to… Read More

Larger Than Life & Overfunding On Crowdcube: IoLight’s High-Res Mobile Microscope Displays Images On Phone

Normally, the larger the bug (or worse, spider) that frisks across my path, the stronger my tendency to cringe. But a little–actually, a lot–closer, and aspects of that skittering speck become almost beautiful: a lace wing, a multifaceted eye. ioLight, maker of a high-resolution portable microscope… Read More

Micro Phone Lens Campaign Doubles Its Goal on Kickstarter

Sharing an exciting update about its recent crowdfunding campaign with Kickstarter, Creator of the  Micro Phone Lens Thomas Larson announced it more than doubled its $50,000 goal. The Micro Phone Lens is known as “the world’s first device that makes your phone or tablet comparable… Read More

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