Hopefully by now you know that ioLight is on stand 607 at the greatest festival of ideas in the known universe! New Scientist Live takes place from Thursday 28th September to Sunday 1st October at ExCel in London docklands.
But how do you get free tickets for New Scientist Live?
Simple! All you have to do is to identify the household object below. To make it even easier, we have given you two pictures. They are both taken on ioLight’s new 2mm field of view portable microscope, which we are launching at the show.
The ioLight microscope is the world’s first lab quality portable digital microscope that fits in your pocket. The high resolution 1mm version has a resolution of 1 micron, that’s enough to display animal and plant cells clearly on the screen of your tablet. The tablet display means that everyone sees the same picture, so it’s great for education and training, and you can share your images and videos in a couple of clicks. At last scientists, engineers, educators and vets can analyse samples anywhere, without going back to the lab.
The new 2mm version has a wider field of view, which is ideal for cell counting applications and makes it even easier to use.
See the new 2mm microscope at New Scientist Live.
To enter, simply go to ioLight’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/iolightmicro and post your answer. Don’t forget to Like our page as well.
Not so easy perhaps?
If you are struggling to identify the image, you can still book tickets at https://live.newscientist.com/buy-tickets and use discount code EXHIBITOR10 to receive a 10% discount on any ticket.
We look forward to seeing you at New Scientist Live on stand 607.