Blue Scientific Ltd

Blue Scientific Ltd

Market-leading scientific instruments

Address: St John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB4 0WS
Country: United Kingdom
Membership type:Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)

Blue Scientific provides market-leading scientific instruments in the UK, Ireland and Nordic region for laboratory research, development and process control applications in materials science, life science and energy research.

Choose the right solution for your lab, with independent, expert advice. We offer a handpicked portfolio of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for academia and industry, for applications in materials science, polymers, energy, nanotechnology and life science.

We aim to offer more than a typical distributor, and are the exclusive agents for:


(Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Denmark)

  • Bruker Nano Surfaces AFM, 3D optical microscopes, stylus profilers, tribology and mechanical test instruments
  • Bruker Micro-XRF, TXRF and micro-CT
  • Accurion Thin film characterisation and vibration isolation systems
  • Renishaw Raman and integrated AFM-Raman
  • Bruker Micro-XRF

01322 422 269

Protochips Fusion heating & electrical cell

Revolutionary in-situ electron microscopy systems brought to the UK

Blue Scientific brings Protochips' in-situ systems to the UK, transforming transmission electron microscopes (TEMs) for testing samples in modified environments at atomic resolution.

14 March 2017Read in full

Cathodoluminescence image of quartz in sandstone

DELMIC selects Blue Scientific as UK and Ireland distributor

Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy and Cathodoluminescence Imaging are brought to the UK and Ireland by DELMIC and Blue Scientific.

3 February 2017Read in full

Julia Bright, Office Manager, receives the prestigious ISO 9001

Blue Scientific awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification

In recognition of its commitment to quality, Blue Scientific Ltd has been awarded ISO9001 certification, following a rigorous audit.

1 January 2017Read in full