Develops and manufactures new products for sample preparation in the field of electron microscopy with a special focus on Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM).

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On August the 5th 2020, Xavier Heiligenstein will give a lecture at the online course organized by the Argentinean Society for Immunology (SAI, Applications of microscopy to the study of the immune response

The presentation will be live streamed on Youtube at 12 UTC-3 (5pm Paris Time).

Join us if you're interested in hearing about our latest technological developments.


We are very proud to announce that our technology eC-CLEM was used as a central piece of the full correlative workflow combining light microscopy and cryo-XRay !

This work has been accepted in CELL !

Have a look for yourself, it is open-access and explore our technologies !

Open Access Published:June 30, 2020DOI:


Xavier Heiligenstein is giving a lecture and hands on practical for eC-CLEM

Join the course to learn more about image registration in correlative light and electron microscopy

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CryoCapCell is invited to give a lecture at the prestigeous Koch Institute of the MIT

Join us to discuss about High Pressure Freezing technologies and related solutions to conduct advanced correlative light and electron microscopy

Xavier Heiligenstein is an invited lecturer of the CryoMicroscopyGroup in Nottingham. He will present the latest progresses on High Pressure Freezing, Sample embedding and image registration for Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy

More details here:

In February, CryoCapCell members co-signed a paper in Nature Methods:

eC-CLEM is the next generation of image registration software for correlative light and electron microscopy.

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To use the software

The HPM Light µ from CryoCapCell is now at institut Curie in Paris

After more than a year of preparation and improvements of the well-known HPM010 from ABRA Fluid, the HPM Light µ is now a reality and fully operational at Institut Curie !

Contact us for more information or a demo.