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  • African students fascinated by the possibilities of confocal microscopy

    African students fascinated by the possibilities of confocal microscopy

    Microscopy and image analysis course at University of Ghana Recently, the two-week course “Introduction to fluorescent microscopy and image analysis techniques” was held at the West African Centre...

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  • A magical formula for neuron detection?

    A magical formula for neuron detection?

    Leveraging ZEISS ZEN Intellesis and the digital microscopy platform APEER to automate segmentation workflows After running the initial image through the workflow, you will receive a segmentation...

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  • A journey into a human kidney

    A journey into a human kidney

    ZEISS microscopes help uncover centuries old hidden secrets of human kidney stones Kidney stones are hard deposits made of minerals and salts that can form inside your kidneys. They have been...

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  • 1st prize for microscopic image of blood clot

    1st prize for microscopic image of blood clot

    Eli Moore is the winner of the University of South Australia’s Images of Research Competition 2018 “Clotted” by Dr Eli Moore – 1st prize winner of UniSA’s Images of Research Photography...

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  • ZEISS optics have landed on the ISS

    ZEISS optics have landed on the ISS

    A team at Frankfurt’s Goethe University developed experiments to be performed in space How did our solar system come into being? This question is being explored by a team of geoscience and physics...

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  • A new platform for fast and gentle 3D superresolution microscopy

    A new platform for fast and gentle 3D superresolution microscopy

    ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM expands the possibilities of structured illumination microscopy (SIM) ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM is a new flexible platform for fast and gentle 3D...

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  • The solar cells of the future

    The solar cells of the future

    Oak Ridge National Labs researchers use ZEISS ORION NanoFab SIMS to characterize perovskite photovoltaic films Solar cells made out of a perovskite-structured compound are the fastest-growing...

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  • High performance geological investigation

    High performance geological investigation

    ZEISS Mineralogic v1.6 offers a bumper range of new capabilities The 7th instalment of ZEISS Mineralogic since the software was brought to the market in July 2014 represents a significant...

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  • Efficient microstructure characterization of metals using light microscopy

    Efficient microstructure characterization of metals using light microscopy

    Your questions answered A material’s properties are strongly linked to its microstructure, such as grain size, porosity, phase and non-metallic inclusions. Light microscopy is a powerful tool for...

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  • New fast 5 megapixel microscope camera for routine fluorescence applications

    New fast 5 megapixel microscope camera for routine fluorescence applications

    Acquiring up to 36 frames per second at full 5 MP resolution ZEISS Axiocam 305 mono is the new 5 megapixel camera from ZEISS for high resolution imaging at fast speeds. State-of-the-art CMOS...

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  • Organizing and managing digital classrooms efficiently

    Organizing and managing digital classrooms efficiently

    New software module ZEISS Labscope Teacher Today’s interconnected world of digital media is changing how students learn. A digital classroom from ZEISS creates an interactive learning environment...

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  • ZEISS laser manipulation system based on Nobel Prize-winning “optical tweezer” technology

    ZEISS laser manipulation system based on Nobel Prize-winning “optical tweezer” technology

    Using light to capture and manipulate tiny objects The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Arthur Ashkin of the United States, Gérard Mourou of France, and Donna Strickland of Canada for...

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  • Rice Rice Baby!

    Rice Rice Baby!

    Agricultural research using X-ray microscopy When scientists look over a rice field, they do see the beauty of the blossoms, but they also see an exciting area to explore beyond what the eye can...

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  • Discovery in telomere biology advances understanding of cancer, ageing and heart disease

    Discovery in telomere biology advances understanding of cancer, ageing and heart disease

    ZEISS Airyscan technology helps to reveal telomere structure A team of Sydney scientists has made a ground-breaking discovery in telomere biology, with implications for conditions ranging from...

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  • ZEISS sponsors traveling exhibition showcasing extraordinary images from science

    ZEISS sponsors traveling exhibition showcasing extraordinary images from science

    “Images from Science 3” explores interface of science, technology, art, design, and communication ZEISS is sponsoring Images from Science 3, a traveling exhibition celebrating the world’s most...

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  • University Liège becomes labs@location Partner for ZEISS

    University Liège becomes labs@location Partner for ZEISS

    Providing in depth knowledge and dedicated services GeMMe at University Liège, Belgium is now a labs@location partner of ZEISS. GeMMe laboratories are dedicated to research as well as providing...

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  • Sharing knowledge

    Sharing knowledge

    A day in Boston Sven Terclavers at workHis job is unique. Sven Terclavers is an imaging specialist at ZEISS Microscopy. Working on behalf of the Harvard Center for Biological Imaging, he is...

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  • A new way of FIB-processing

    A new way of FIB-processing

    Creating TEM lamellae with the new Ion-sculptor FIB column of ZEISS Crossbeam The ZEISS Crossbeam FIB-SEM combines the powerful imaging and analytical performance of a field emission scanning...

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  • The amazing world of nature’s hidden life

    The amazing world of nature’s hidden life

    Stereo microscopes for Eden Project in Cornwall Cornwall, the extreme southwestern peninsula of England that has the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain, is one of the sunniest and...

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  • Push the boundaries – upgrade your microscope

    Push the boundaries – upgrade your microscope

    0 Demanding imaging tasks require to make the most of your valuable ZEISS system. Additionally, the questions you are asking develop and change over time. Watch the video and discover how your...

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