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Tender for the Supply and Installation of a High Resolution 3D Preclinical Photoacoustic Imaging System

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Value

535,566 GBP

Description

The University of Birmingham invites tenders for supply and Installation of a Photoacoustic tomography scanner for non-invasive imaging of mice, ex vivo tissues and biological samples. The system will provide a flexible imaging platform for rapid multi-wavelength, three-dimensional imaging of tissue anatomy and function at cm-scale depths with sub-150 micrometer resolution, based on the optical absorption properties of tissues. The system will perform image acquisition, image reconstruction and data storage, as well as provide on-line and off-line data processing and analysis tools. It should also allow for future hardware and software upgrades, as our research needs evolve. Tenders or requests to participate must be submitted electronically via https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofbirmingham/aspx/Home (https://intendhost.co.uk/universityofbirmingham/aspx/Home) Tenders or requests to participate must be submitted to the above mentioned address Additional information: ALL REFERENCE TO IN-TEND IN THIS DOCUMENT AND DURING THE TENDER PROCESS REFER TO THE UNIVERSITY'S TENDERING PORTAL THAT CAN BE ACCESSED AT HTTPS://IN-TENDHOST.CO.UK/UNIVERSITYOFBIRMINGHAM/ASPX/COMMUNICATIONS From the publication of a tender on In-Tend until the tender is awarded all communication must be via In-Tend. Except: In the event of catastrophic failure of In-Tend tenderers should contact the named contact published in the OJEU notice, procurement@bham.ac.uk. No other form of communication will be acceptable unless, in exceptional circumstances the UoB Procurement Department may authorise, in writing, other forms of communication. The Tender/SQ Closing Date shall be the date and time published against the project on In-Tend. It is the Tenderer's responsibility to ensure that current and accurate contact details are maintained on In-Tend. The University makes no commitment to act on any communication from In-Tend or other sources, resulting from unattended or inaccurate email addresses recorded on In-Tend. You are strongly recommended to register contact details for at least two people on In-Tend and to fully familiarise yourself with the In-Tend tender submission process well before the closing date and clarify any queries ASAP. In the event of discrepancies between any copies of any documents submitted it is at the Universities sole discretion which document or part of a document the University evaluates. How to apply Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.

Timeline

Publish date

2 months ago

Close date

16 days ago

Buyer information

University of Birmingham

Contact:
Teisha Rickus
Email:
T.Ravenscroft@bham.ac.uk

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