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Light Microscopes

Light microscopes from Leica Microsystems meet the highest demands whatever the application – from routine laboratory work to the research of multi-dimensional dynamic processes in living cells.

Perfect application

Leica Microsystems products are developed with the user in mind. That means our light microscopes know what matters most: superlative image quality, ergonomic handling, fast results and cost efficiency.

More systematic performance

System solutions consisting of application-oriented software and hardware components make our instrument even more efficient. Plus, you can present your results in high resolution directly in the image of the microscope specimen.


Light Microscopes


Light Microscopes Latest News

Webinar - Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

10:30 am (Pacific Daylight Time, San Francisco, GMT -07:00)

Leica Microsystems attends BI-MU Exhibition in Milan

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Optimizing documentation and quality control for industry and materials science

Webinar: Laser Microdissection in Cancer Research – Contamination-free Isolation of Tumor Material for Downstream Analysis

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You will learn about the advantages of using LMD for precise, contamination-free isolation of specific cell types using pancreatic cancer tissue sections as examples.

What Makes A Microscope A Good Educational Microscope?

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Interview with Leica Microsystems’ Product Manager Vince Vaccarelli

What makes sCMOS microscope cameras so popular?

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On high sensitivity for real discoveries. Karin Schwab, Product Manager at Leica Microsystems, talks about the characteristics of sCMOS cameras and how researchers benefit from the latest camera sensor technology in an interview on Science Lab.

Why Infinity-Corrected Optics Considerably Improved the Functionality of Modern Microscopes

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Enjoy reading Christoph Greb’s article “Infinity Optical Systems - From infinity optics to the infinity port” published in the current issue of Optik & Photonik.