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Discovery of New Fossil from Half Billion Years Ago Sheds Light on Life on Earth

Scientists from universities of Leicester and Cambridge find ‘unfossilizable’ creature

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Sneak Peek into the Nanoworld of our Brain Cells

Breakthrough imaging at Queensland Brain Institute enabled by ZEISS Elyra super-resolution microscopy

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One of the rarest crystals on Earth has been found in a Russian meteorite

Ultra-rare quasicrystal investigated with ZEISS FE-SEM scanning electron microscope

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Integrated Scientific Imaging with ZEISS Digital Classroom

ZEISS & Swansea University highlight impact of microscopy solutions to improve quality of teaching

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ZEISS Microscope Travels to the Antarctic

ZEISS Primo Star HDcam enables study of microorganisms onboard the 62nd Russian Antarctic Expedition (RAE).

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ZEISS Xradia X-ray Microscopy Reveals Inner Structure of Bird’s Beak

3D scans in unprecedented detail reveal tiny structures for airflow cooling.

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ZEISS Microscopes Help to Link Heart Disease, Leukemia to Dysfunction in Nucleus

ZEISS Microscopes Help to Link Heart Disease, Leukemia to Dysfunction in Nucleus

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First Time-lapse Footage of Cell Activity During Limb Regeneration

Live imaging of a regenerating leg in the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis with ZEISS confocal and zoom microscopes

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Team Uses Nano-Spike Catalysts to Turn Carbon Dioxide into Ethanol

ZEISS scanning electron microscope assists in characterization of carbon nano-spikes.

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Researchers from Cambridge University Visit Kenya to Study 12 Million Year Old Fossil

Microscope donation from ZEISS enables examination of valuable specimens in National Museums of Kenya (NMK), Nairobi.

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