Leica Microsystems exclusively licensed SCAPE microscopy for Life Science applications from Columbia University, a technique for fast 3D imaging of living samples with a sheet of light – which complements own IP and developments as well as its exclusive license of Oblique Plane Microscopy (OPM) from Imperial College.
The Leica EZ4 W which transfers HD images directly to students' mobile devices has been recognized with the prestigious Worlddidac Award, an award that honors outstandingly innovative educational products or solutions.
CaptiView technology injects images from image-guided surgery (IGS) software into the microscope eyepieces. Surgeons can fully concentrate on their patient, have all the data in front of their eyes and do not need to look up during the procedure.
The first High Pressure Freezer with integrated light stimulation is a technology so precise that researchers can start asking new questions – and will be able to get answers.
The contact-free imaging method aids ophthalmologists and researchers in the diagnosis of physiological and pathologic conditions of the eye.
The Leica EZ4 W educational stereo microscope with built-in wireless camera and the Leica ICC50 W digital camera transfer HD images directly to students' mobile devices.
Stefan Hell was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy. In collaboration with Leica Microsystems, this principle was translated into the first commercially available STED microscope.
The Scientist Top 10 Innovations Award and R&D 100 Award recognize the super-resolution microscope as one of the innovations that will change the way life scientists work.
The surgical microscope Leica M530 OH6 is equipped with technology to enable surgeons to see better into deep, narrow cavities.
Researchers can build their Leica DMi8 microscope fully modularly. The platform can be adapted to their needs any time – a big difference to former instruments.
Astronaut Koichi Wakata of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency used the inverted research microscope Leica DMI6000 B to carry out live cell experiments at the International Space Station.
Enabling scientists to visualize and study cellular structures and processes down to the molecular level, the instrument was voted among the Top 10 Innovations 2013 for laboratories and research.
First surgical microscopes with integrated TrueVision 3D technology enable an entire operating team to see what the surgeon sees without the need for a separate cart, thus saving space in the operating room.
Acquisition of Aotec, distributor for more than 25 years moves presence in Latin America forward.
For its switchover to Kanban systems, Leica Microsystems Operations in Wetzlar, Germany, won the Manufacturing Excellence award for logistics and operational management.
R&D magazine with its R&D100 awards for excellence in technological innovation, one of the three related "Editor's Choice Awards", and the Top Ten Innovations Awards 2012 by US American magazine Microscopy Today.
The Leica TCS SP8 confocal microscope combines high-performance optics, the fastest true confocal scanner and the most sensitive detection system available, to enable researchers to uncover life's secrets.
Science Lab is the knowledge portal on microscopy and EM sample preparation. Articles, interviews, tutorials, and webinars help users with interesting and hands-on information. By 2016, Science Lab has grown to an online resource with more than 600 articles.
Leica Biosystems scores in the customer focus category of the Manufacturing Excellence (MX) Award 2011.
Students and teachers can now view microscope images in HD quality during microscopy classes which enables them to detect more detail in the images.
Leica Microsystems received a gold M2M Value Chain award with Axeda Corporation honored as its enabler at the annual Connected World Conference.
Kavo Dental and Leica Microsystems cooperate for dental microscopes.
Leica Biosystems receives the North American Product Strategy Award in Tissue Diagnostics by research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.
Max Planck Innovation grants exclusive license for the new