ZEISS Stories

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  • 3D Printed Microstructures Made Easy – A Small Chamber with Big Impact

    3D Printed Microstructures Made Easy – A Small Chamber with Big Impact

    Three-dimensional micro- and nanostructures can protect documents and branded products against counterfeiters. In the past, it was extremely time-consuming to create structures like these using...

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  • Unveiling the Stories of Historic Treasures

    Unveiling the Stories of Historic Treasures

    How can one distinguish an authentic dress of Empress Elisabeth from an imitation? How can be ensured that future generations are still able to admire ancient carriages in all their glory? At the...

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  • Looking Ahead

    Looking Ahead

    Not only do children suffering from albinism have to protect their skin from the sun, their eyes are also sensitive to the light and suffer from visual impairments. That's what prompted European...

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  • Comment on A life-changing Invention by Rakesh Kumar Singh

    Very nicely mentioned about the company and it's products... It's a great company. Regards Rakesh Singh

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  • Comment on A life-changing Invention by Rakesh Kumar Singh

    Very nicely given all the details about company and it's products.

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  • Comment on What a Rice Plant Can Tell Us by Varun Sharma

    Comment on What a Rice Plant Can Tell Us by Varun Sharma

    Nice post..! Blogger at https://askexpert.in/

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  • Shipping Hope to Papua New Guinea

    Shipping Hope to Papua New Guinea

    Kim Nguyen has volunteered twice on the Medical Ship that supports Papua New Guinea in terms of health care. Her work with the charity "Youth With A Mission - Medical Ships Australia" (YWAM) has...

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  • A life-changing Invention

    A life-changing Invention

    ZEISS’s Humphrey perimeter, also called the Humphrey Field Analyzer, or HFA is used worldwide by ophthalmologists and optometrists to quantify damage to patient vision in eye disease. The original...

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  • Rooting for the Protection of our Planet

    Rooting for the Protection of our Planet

    Unspoiled nature and vast forests in Thailand are endangered by deforestation activities. This puts the nation's unique flora and fauna at risk. Theeraphong Boonrodchu was part of a one-day...

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  • Comment on The Secrets behind Moon Rock by Varun Sharma

    Comment on The Secrets behind Moon Rock by Varun Sharma

    Fifty years ago, human beings stepped on the moon for the first time. Some 650 million people around the world watched the historic landing on July 20, 1969, and heard astronaut Neil Armstrong say...

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  • Comment on Going Where No Man Has Gone Before by Erwin Störrle

    Comment on Going Where No Man Has Gone Before by Erwin Störrle

    I was involved in some of the activities in the early space programme. I was working for ZIV (Zeiss-Ikon Voigtländer of America) in New York as a camera technican. One day a young man from Mc...

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  • Going Where No Man Has Gone Before

    Going Where No Man Has Gone Before

    Professors Heinz-Wilhelm Hübers and Herbert Jahn are two of the scientists who have shaped, and continue to shape, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to this day. The following is based on a...

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  • „We’re All Humans up There!“

    „We’re All Humans up There!“

    The journey to the Moon was the first big milestone in space travel beyond Earth. The Apollo 11 mission impressed the world, and it got many men and women interested in becoming astronauts. German...

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  • Comment on What a Rice Plant Can Tell Us by sunder bhagavatula

    Nice article. This will be interesting to a lot of Agri science universities.

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  • Comment on The Secrets behind Moon Rock by Paul R. Selzer

    Comment on The Secrets behind Moon Rock by Paul R. Selzer

    The whole adventure of examining artifacts from the moon, mars, comets is fascinating to me because most of us have no contact with them other than viewing them in our skys. I worked at NASA...

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  • Comment on Imagine an African American John Wayne by Brian Carroll

    Comment on Imagine an African American John Wayne by Brian Carroll

    What a terrific story. This is what makes photography so compelling. We own horses and we instantly connected with the stunning pictures. Congrats to Rory Doyle

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  • The Secrets behind Moon Rock

    The Secrets behind Moon Rock

    On 21 July 2019, it will have been exactly 50 years since the first moon landing. This "giant leap for mankind" thrust space travel into the public consciousness. Astronauts from Apollo 11 and...

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  • Imagine an African American John Wayne

    Imagine an African American John Wayne

    American photographer Rory Doyle has been documenting the life of African American cowboys and cowgirls in the Mississippi delta since 2017. With his series "Delta Hill Riders" he won this year’s...

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  • Comment on Clear Vision for Everybody by Dave Anderson

    That is a good point that a global vision crisis is a big challenge. That is something that I am sure would be good to address. It would be good to get medical supplies and equipment for that to...

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  • Comment on Dedicated to Protecting Eagle-Owls by Leigh Aldrich

    Truly fascinating.I live in Spain and have been sadly guilty of accidently disturbing eagle owls at breeding sites.I have studied long eared owls in UK and my experience has been that these owls...

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