Slicing the spinal cord part 1 and 2

Slicing the Spinal Cord

How do I embed and cut great spinal cord slice? You asked, and we listened! We realized that embedding spinal cord tissue for cutting slices is quite difficult. Working with

Read More »
Compresstome VF-800-0Z Cerebellum Primate Brain

Meet Our Compresstome VF-800-0Z!

Most basic science researchers use mice or rats as their animal model of choice. But what if you study larger animal models like guinea pigs, cats, non-human primates, and humans?

Read More »
Neuroscience in Ancient History: Trepanning of skull

Neuroscience in Ancient History

This week, let’s have some fun exploring neuroscience in ancient history. In fact, we’re going to go back all the way to ancient Egypt. Because early civilizations did not have

Read More »
COVID-19 Affects the Brain

COVID-19 and the Nervous System

While coronaviruses are common causes of mild to moderate upper respiratory tract illnesses, the new coronavirus that has caused the COVID-19 pandemic can lead to several lung damage and viral

Read More »

Meet our Rotary Microtome RF-600!
This is the first of our three new models we just launched. Our RF-600 is our fully manual model ideal for routine histology sectioning. Learn more here:
#microtome #newproductlaunch #slicing #biotech #histology #contactus


We are proud to introduce our NEW rotary microtome models! Contact us today to receive your FREE quote with a 50% discount applied!
Learn more here:
#microtome #rotarymicrotome #newproductlaunch #tissueslicer #pathology #histology #biotechnology #contactus


Introducing our latest vibrating microtome for electrophysiology: the Compresstome® VF-500-0Z! Built specifically for cutting reproducible, healthy, high-quality live brain slices; contact us today to learn more and obtain your free quote!


Learn about #polyclonal #antibodies and #COVID-19

We will be retiring #Compresstome VF-200-0Z, VF-300-0Z, and VF-700-0Z in 2022. Read more on our blog:

Learn about #musictherapy, the #harp, and the #brain in our recent #blog article:

Load More