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Revolutionizing Cell Biology

Incuvers’ mission is to democratize biology through open source CO2 incubators. We deliver high end, affordable technology with complete O2 control. Incuvers makes biology more accessible and improves experiments by creating optimal growth conditions.

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Making Biology Accessible
Starting at $2199, the Model 1 is the most affordable incubator available today. Incuvers empowers researchers from all fields to explore new ideas without limitations.

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02 Control for Hypoxia

The Model 1 incubator controls O2 concentration for better cell viability and  all your hypoxic experiments.

O2 sensor: Driven by fluorescent quenching technology, our hypoxic model provides 1 - 25% range with 0.01% resolution. ‍

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Open Source

Our products are built to be hacked. We're passionate about empowering researchers with open source technology. Through the Ardruino platform, customize the Model 1 to adapt to all your experiments. Start experimenting with Incuvers.

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Modular Sensors

Through Arduino's open source system, the Model 1 can be customized for any experiment. Easily connect and program all of your sensors. Check out our community to see how they've hacked the Model 1, or visit our GitHub.

Small Footprint

At 6.6 litres, the Model 1 is the most compact CO2 incubator available. It's small footprint means incubation anywhere. Traditional incubators are shared and constantly opened. Take complete control of your experiments with your personalized Incuvers incubator.

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The Incuvers Community

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A solution to a problem I didn't even know I had.

Dr. Dylan Burger

University of Ottawa

Mount Sanai Hospital, New York

David Sachs, PhD

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After how I hacked it, I can't believe it still works!

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The next generation of cell incubation is coming and it's going to change the face of biology.

If you'd like to join our private beta, sign up here. We will keep you updated on the latest from Incuvers.

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