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  • Material Characterization in Additive Manufacturing

    Material Characterization in Additive Manufacturing

    From powder to reliable parts: a webinar highlighting light microscopy solutions The post Material Characterization in Additive Manufacturing appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Gram Staining in Medical Microbiology

    Gram Staining in Medical Microbiology

    Learn the protocol and understand the results of gram staining in this application note. The post Gram Staining in Medical Microbiology appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Observing Root Interacting Fungi with in vivo Plant Microscopy

    Observing Root Interacting Fungi with in vivo Plant Microscopy

    Light sheet microscopy utilized by plant researchers at the Max Planck Institute The post Observing Root Interacting Fungi with in vivo Plant Microscopy appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Understanding the Structure and Function of Musculoskeletal Tissues and Biomaterials

    Understanding the Structure and Function of Musculoskeletal Tissues and Biomaterials

    Dr. Gianluca Tozzi of University of Portsmouth discusses his research and X-ray tomography applications The post Understanding the Structure and Function of Musculoskeletal Tissues and...

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  • Enhancing Efficiency in Multi-scale and Multi-modal Workflows

    Enhancing Efficiency in Multi-scale and Multi-modal Workflows

    New extensions on ZEISS Crossbeam 350/550 and ZEISS Atlas 5 improve speed and data quality The post Enhancing Efficiency in Multi-scale and Multi-modal Workflows appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • ZEISS Wins R&D 100 Award for Superresolution Microscope

    ZEISS Wins R&D 100 Award for Superresolution Microscope

    ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM has been selected as winner in the "Analytical/Test" category The post ZEISS Wins R&D 100 Award for Superresolution Microscope appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Working in High Precision Manufacturing

    Working in High Precision Manufacturing

    A brief interview with the president of KERN Precision, Toni Mangold The post Working in High Precision Manufacturing appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Science and Education Under One Roof

    Science and Education Under One Roof

    The Ars Electronica Center in Linz The post Science and Education Under One Roof appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Science and Education Under One Roof

    Science and Education Under One Roof

    The Ars Electronica Center in Linz Smartphones, self-driving cars, artificial intelligence – digitalization has found its way into our everyday lives. But how does artificial intelligence “think”?...

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  • Anthony Hyman Receives Carl Zeiss Lecture 2019

    Anthony Hyman Receives Carl Zeiss Lecture 2019

    Understanding the mechanisms of cell division This year’s awardee of the Carl Zeiss Lecture, the most visible prize of the German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ), is Anthony A. Hyman, director at...

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  • Tony Hyman Receives Carl Zeiss Lecture 2019

    Tony Hyman Receives Carl Zeiss Lecture 2019

    Understanding the mechanisms of cell division The post Tony Hyman Receives Carl Zeiss Lecture 2019 appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Detecting Sperm on Washed Textiles

    Detecting Sperm on Washed Textiles

    Application note on light microscopy in forensic analyses The ability to identify spermatozoa is a particularly important technique in forensic science, for example within the scope of solving...

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  • Detecting Sperm on Washed Textiles

    Detecting Sperm on Washed Textiles

    Application note on light microscopy in forensic analyses The post Detecting Sperm on Washed Textiles appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • The Mary Rose – a Unique Glimpse Into Life in Tudor Times

    The Mary Rose – a Unique Glimpse Into Life in Tudor Times

    Building bridges between science, history, and archaeology The post The Mary Rose – a Unique Glimpse Into Life in Tudor Times appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • The Mary Rose – a Unique Glimpse Into Life in Tudor Times

    The Mary Rose – a Unique Glimpse Into Life in Tudor Times

    Building bridges between science, history, and archaeology After more than thirty years in service for the English crown, the Mary Rose – a famous warship belonging to the Tudor King Henry VIII –...

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  • Carrying out Research at Sea

    Carrying out Research at Sea

    The world's first hybrid cruise ship has ZEISS microscopes on board Launched in July 2019, MS Roald Amundsen cruise ship is the first of the two new hybrid-powered expedition ships in...

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  • Carrying out Research at Sea

    Carrying out Research at Sea

    The world's first hybrid cruise ship has ZEISS microscopes on board. The post Carrying out Research at Sea appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Insights from M&M 2019

    Insights from M&M 2019

    Observations from a ZEISS executive leader on one of the largest microscopy conferences in the world The annual Microscopy & Microanalysis (M&M) conference was recently held in Portland, Oregon,...

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  • Insights from M&M 2019

    Insights from M&M 2019

    Observations from a ZEISS executive leader on one of the largest microscopy conferences in the world The post Insights from M&M 2019 appeared first on Microscopy.

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  • Conservators and Microscopes: A Great Team

    Conservators and Microscopes: A Great Team

    A glimpse into the work of the conservation team at the Imperial Carriage Museum in Vienna The post Conservators and Microscopes: A Great Team appeared first on Microscopy.

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