Our Values & Beliefs

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Who is MBF?

MBF Bioscience is a family-owned company that is a world leader in providing life science researchers with tools for quantitative microscopy and big image data management. Each system for neuron reconstruction, vascular analysis, stereology, worm tracking, and image management is configured based upon individual research needs and is fully supported by our team of staff scientists and technical support specialists. Our commitments to developing innovative products and providing excellent customer support have won us awards, but more importantly, they have led to exciting research and happy customers.

A Family Commitment

Our current CEO, Jack Glaser took over the business from the pioneering work his father conducted in the early 1950s. This isn’t just a business, it’s a life long commitment on behalf of the Glaser family. To learn more about the family and how the business was started click on the button below.

Our Beliefs & Values

Since our founding more than three decades ago, MBF has committed itself to developing solutions and illuminating insights that move neuroscience and other biosciences forward. We believe in the powerful intersection of art and science, of computing power and research insights, and in human and digital intelligence.


We proudly stand with our research partners in the field, advancing our products in ways that help advance the science in their labs. We continue to stand in awe of the intellectual power and advancement of humanity that our customers uncover daily. Our commitment to forward-thinking science, to the illumination and communication of those insights, and to the advancement of human knowledge is what drives every decision we make — and every solution we provide.


We hold our values (respect for scientific knowledge and rigorous scientific processes, commitment to customer service, and creating sustainable growth) near and dear, and wake up every morning with one key question…how can we at MBF help move bioscience forward?


We can’t wait to see what we’ll do — together.