The Board of Directors and the CEO of Phase Holographic Imaging PHI AB (publ), corporate identity number 556542-7811, hereby submit Interim Report 1 for the fiscal year 2018/19.
Aktieägarna i Phase Holographic Imaging PHI AB (publ), 556542-7811, kallas härmed till årsstämma onsdagen den 26 september 2018 kl. 17.00 i bolagets lokaler, Scheelevägen 22 i Lund.
Igår, den 18 juni 2018, hölls extra bolagsstämma i Phase Holographic Imaging PHI AB (publ). Stämman röstande enhälligt för föreslagna beslut gällande nyemission.
Phase Holographic Imaging (PHI) and BioSpherix recently signed a collaboration agreement aiming to co-market the companies’ complementary product lines. BioSpherix, NY USA, manufactures and markets advanced cell incubators.
Notice to the shareholders in Phase Holographic Imaging AB (publ), 556542-7811, to attend an Extraordinary General Meeting on Monday June 18 at 06.00 PM (18.00) at PHI’s office, Scheelevägen 22, Lund.
Decision on rights issue for continued growth, establishment of sales organization and commercial break-through
The Board of directors of Phase Holographic Imaging PHI AB (publ) (”PHI”) has decided to conduct a rights issue of units, which is subject to approval on Extraordinary General Meeting, that can provide the company a total of SEK 64.6 million at the most prior to issuing costs.
PHI hereby announces that net sales during the fourth and final fiscal quarter of 2017/18 amounted to 2.2 (1.2) MSEK, resulting in that the company saleswise achieves its best quarter ever for the second consecutive quarter.
QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane and PHI have entered an evaluation agreement to explore the use of live cell time-lapse cytometry based on quantitative phase microscopy to determine the impact of hypoxic microenvironment on cellular motility and metastatic potential in solid cancers.
University of California, San Francisco and Phase Holographic Imaging establish Center of Excellence
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Phase Holographic Imaging (PHI) have agreed to expand their on-going collaboration and establish a regional Holographic Imaging Cytometry Center of Excellence, located at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Using HoloMonitor®, researchers at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital have developed a novel non-invasive method for distinguishing between active and dormant cancer cells.