High-end benchtop preclinical imaging

At MOLECUBES we provide three separate benchtop imagers or “CUBES”. The γ-CUBE (SPECT), β-CUBE (PET) and X-CUBE (CT) are perfectly suited for in vivo multimodal whole body rat and mouse imaging. User-friendliness and expert servicing with no compromise on image quality is what we stand for.


The γ-CUBE is our high-resolution, high-sensitivity micro-SPECT scanner using patented collimator design.

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The X-CUBE is our high-throughput micro-CT scanner allowing sub-minute acquisition at extremely low doses.

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The β-CUBE is our sub-millimeter, high-sensitivity whole body mouse and rat micro-PET scanner.

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Although small in footprint and easy to operate we assure high image quality. All cubes are state-of-the-art in terms of resolution, sensitivity and reconstruction software.


Our cubes work like twins. Operating on the same software platforms they function as easily in modular as stand-alone mode.


You decide where and how to design your lab. All systems fit standard lab tables, are (trans)portable and GLP-proof.

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Application Enquiries

You are a biologist, chemist, lab researcher or radio-pharmacist willing to set up a new study or just someone with the desire to get started on our CUBES. Join our community and see/learn how others use our systems.

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Technical Enquiries

You want to push the CUBES to their extremes? Try new collimator designs? Build fancy reconstruction or acquisition protocols? Get your click over here and help us improve your systems.

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Latest news


First MOLECUBES PET/CT in USA at UPenn, Philadelphia

MOLECUBES will install a PET/CT full body rat and mice set-up at the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN) at the lab of Prof. Joel Karp. Professor Karp oversees the PET Imaging/Cyclotron Facility in radiology that supports both clinical and research studies, and also directs operations of the Nuclear Medicine (PET/SPECT/CT) Core Facility in the Medical School Small Animal Imaging Facility. Dr. Karp serves as the section chief of the physics and instrumentation research group in radiology, which also includes instrumentation for both PET and SPECT preclinical imaging.


on site PET demo at Tübingen’s Preclinical Workshop

MOLECUBES has performed an on-site hands-on PET demo at the renown small animal imaging workshop organized by Professor Bernd Pichler at the Werner Siemens Imaging Center in Tübingen. The 12th animal imaging workshop (January 30 – February 03) provides an overview on state-of-the-art small animal imaging modalities. In addition, basics of animal handling will be taught. A major focus will be hands-on-training; each attendee will have the opportunity to work with animals and the different imaging modalities. The MOLECUBES demo took place in the February 1st evening session.


MOLECUBES is looking for Application Specialists

We are currently looking to extend our team with an application specialist/product developer. If you want to think inside the box, this is where you have to be. Application deadline 8th of May 2016.

upcoming events

05.04.2017 — 07.04.2017
EMIM 2017 – Cologne
Booth #11
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14.05.2017 — 19.05.2017
ISRS 2017 – Dresden
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27.05.2017 — 30.05.2017
XIV Turku PET Symposium
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10.06.2017 — 14.06.2017
SNMMI 2017 – Denver
Booth #910
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13.09.2017 — 16.09.2017
WMIC 2017 – Philadelphia
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21.10.2017 — 25.10.2017
EANM – Vienna
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MOLECUBES is a spin-off of Ghent University and it’s preclinical INFINITY lab. Combining more than 15 years of experience in hardware and software development, all systems are designed and built by a young team who have been end-users themselves. The engineering team is completed by a sales and management team with a long track record in the preclinical arena. We are one call away from helping you out.