Leica Microsystems’ Life Science Research Division supports the imaging needs of the scientific community with advanced innovation and technical expertise for the visualization, measurement and analysis of microstructures.
Our strong focus on understanding scientific applications puts Leica Microsystems’ customers at the leading edge of science.
Barcelona, October 9th 2017. October 6th marked the beginning of a new partnership between ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona and Leica Microsystems. The new collaboration agreement aiming to promote and establish ICFO as a new...
MONTREAL, September 26, 2017 – CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center in Montreal has partnered with Leica Microsystems to establish a cutting-edge microscopy facility that is mutually beneficial for both the Centre and Leica.
For automotive manufacturers and auto parts suppliers, obtaining component cleanliness results rapidly, accurately, and reproducibly over the entire workflow is a significant advantage. Making it easier to build up facilities, knowledge and expertise...
The quality of steel is an essential topic in automotive, metalworking and building industries. To ensure the highest standards, an accurate and reliable Quality Assurance workflow for the inspection of non-metallic inclusions is crucial.
From visualizing the activation and migration of plasma cells to imaging the interactions between lymphocytes and other cells during an immune response, our speakers will highlight the many ways in which multiphoton microscopy can be used to unravel...
Leica Microsystems releases the scanning stage LMT350 ultra and introduces Leica LMD application Software V8.0.1
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