With the microscope, as Single Technologies develops it shall be possible to quickly produce three-dimensional images of the body's smallest parts.
Single Technologies to create the world's fastest microscope and is aiming to reach the market by 2020.
He describes the advanced microscopes that the company develops as a Google Earth, though where it is possible to zoom in on the body's smallest parts, down to individual genes.
In one room, it is a mixture of office and workshop.
In the second, the windows are blacked out with foil, and a prototype of the microscope to be tested.
Single Technologies has a partnership with biokemiprofessorn Mats Nilsson, director of Science for Life Laboratory, which is operated by Karolinska institutet, KTH, Stockholm university and Uppsala university, to develop the application.