Tag Archives: Light Microscopy

All things light & fluorescence microscopy

ZEISS Digital Classrooms for Medical Laboratory Technicians

Interactive techniques for laboratory investigation

The Medical Laboratory Technician training program focuses on histology, clinical chemistry, microbiology and hematology, studying bodily fluids and tissue samples to detect pathogens. Other key aspects of the training include equipment and quality management. All of this makes the microscope one of the most important tools. By connecting them with one another you can create a digital classroom, where the lecturer can view live images from all of the microscopes on his iPad at any one time.


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Free workshop and scientific meeting on Correlative Microscopy: From 3D Light to 3D Electron Microscopy

ZEISS in Collaboration with VIB | 4th Meeting

ZEISS in collaboration with the BioImaging Core Facility at the VIB Ghent are proud to host this joint workshop and scientific meeting on Correlative Microscopy and volume SEM. The meeting is centered around scientific sessions covering a broad range of correlative microscopy and SEM methods including data management and analysis. In addition participants will have the opportunity to join instrument workshops and round table discussions.


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Supporting the fight against tuberculosis

ZEISS is again preferred supplier for the initiative "STOP TB"

ZEISS has now been appointed for the second time as the preferred supplier of tuberculosis microscopy products for the initiative “STOP TB” aimed at fighting tuberculosis. The Initiative of the United Nations Office for Project Services, or UNOPS in short, signed the agreement for the next three years.


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Cell Reports Focus: Brain Imaging

ZEISS & Cell Press present focus issue that celebrates the power of modern imaging to reveal new insights into the architecture and operation of nervous systems

The topics in this Cell focus issue on brain imaging range from the molecular framework of axons to the large-scale organization of whole brains.


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Practical experiments for education in biology

University of Jena and ZEISS publish microscopy tutoring for students and prospective teachers

Together with the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany, ZEISS has put together a microscopy manual for students and (future) teachers. The booklet contains practical experiments for education in biology. The English version is now available free of charge.


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German state and federal governments agree on funding for a high-resolution microscopy centre in Heidelberg

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Leica and ZEISS will contribute a total sum of ten million Euros to the project

The letter of intent was signed today during an official ceremony on the campus of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg by representatives of the German government together with industry and foundation partners. The new centre for light and electron microscopy will be a unique service facility for the life sciences and unite cutting-edge equipment, experts and data analysis. The centre will be open to visiting scientists from all over the world as well as industry partners. It will make new technologies at EMBL available to foster a better understanding of the molecular basis of life and disease.


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ZEISS instruments in the ECR quality lab

Producing engines for champions requires absolute precision

ECR Engines is a high-performance engine production and development company  that has earned over 250 victories in NASCAR racing series including the legendary Daytona 500. Producing engines for champions requires absolute precision. In the ECR lab, they utilize a variety of metrology instruments from ZEISS.


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Correlative Microscopy – Essential Knowledge Briefing from Microscopy & Analysis

ZEISS & Wiley present free guide

This Essential Knowledge Briefing aims to provide a simple introduction to correlative microscopy. It describes the different microscopy techniques that are commonly combined together, outlines the benefits and challenges of these different combinations, and explores how correlative microscopy will develop and advance in the future.


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Get ahead in the game of microscopy

Combine multiple imaging technologies from ZEISS and gain new perspectives on your sample

Microscopy is so much more than simply making small things visible. With different microscopy techniques, you can observe living cells in motion, collect three-dimensional measurements, identify chemical elements, count tiny particles, characterize surfaces, create nano structures, and look into the smallest objects without destroying them.


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