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About Synoptics

Founded in 1985, Synoptics is a multi-division company providing laboratories with imaging solutions across a range of applications. With imaging experts from the University of Cambridge and a growing knowledge of camera technology, frame grabbing, and image capture techniques, the company enhanced its range within digital imaging.

Explore the Synoptics Family

Synoptics Ltd designs and manufactures scientific instruments based on digital imaging, water purification, and vacuum oven processing for the life science research, microbiology, and molecular markets. Based in Cambridge, Synoptics is a global company supporting laboratories worldwide. Synoptics focus on the application of digital imaging technology through our Syngene and Synbiosis divisions and water purification and vacuum technologies through its Fistreem and Gallenkamp divisions. See our family below:

Fistreem International produces a range of world-leading water purification products and accessories.

Synbiosis provides equipment to save time and people power by automating the process of microbial colony counting and zone sizing.

Syngene produces advanced systems for the documentation and analysis of gels to support molecular biologists with high quality analysis.

Gallenkamp manufactures Life Science Equipment products with a focus on vacuum ovens.

News and More

1801, 2024

All you need to know about the NEW NuGenius XE

January 18th, 2024|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

Syngene is committed to providing the best imaging technology available. That's why we've recently upgraded the NuGenius to include a built-in PC. The NuGenius XE model features superior connectivity, a compact benchtop design, and a [...]

510, 2023

What is the Hydros?

October 5th, 2023|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , |

Fistreem International specialises in manufacturing water purification products, with Cyclon and Calypso water stills being well-known globally. Our new Hydros deioniser is a reliable and cost-effective option for laboratories needing pure water. Why is it [...]