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We've recently integrated an RBR Pressure sensor into our Autonomous Unit. This new feature allows users quick access to depth information, without needing a separate sensor to determine the depth at which data is sampled. Click here to head to our Autonomous Unit product page. [caption id="attachment_10698"...

Head over to our Galleries page to browse through our awesome collection of images collected with out holographic microscopes. (http://4-deep.com/galleries/). We keep our galleries updated with cool images from recent sampling, so stay tuned to see new additions to the galleries !  ...

We are excited to announce that Dr. Thomas Trappenberg's (Dalhousie University's Computer Science department) NSERC Engage grant has been funded with 4Deep as the industrial partner. The goal of the project is to develop a new generation of marine species image-classifiers based upon deep neural network technology....

Last week, the Canadian government announced the renewal of funding for our clients at MEOPAR, based at Dalhousie University. We had the honour of attending the announcement, and exhibiting the Submersible Holographic Microscope to Canada's Science Minister, Hon. Kirsty Duncan (and staff), Dalhousie University staff, NSERC representatives,...

Here's a very interesting video describing the technologies used in the Sea to Space Particle Investigation Cruise that our clients from the University of Rhode Island are participating in: https://schmidtocean.org/cruise-log-post/weekly-video-exploring-explaining-instruments/ Enjoy!...

We were honoured this morning to host Premier Stephen McNeil and MLA Joachim Stroink at our office in Halifax. Your visit was very much appreciated!! [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="681"] Pictured above: Premier Stephen McNeil, CEO Dr. Stephen Jones, Chair of the Board Permjot Valia and MLA Joachim...

We are excited to announce our clients at the University of Rhode Island are currently deploying 4Deep's Submersible Holographic microscope on a cruise in the Pacific Ocean, aboard the R/V Falkor from the Schmidt Ocean Institute.  Click here for more information on the cruise, entitled "Sea...