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A lot happens at Leica Microsystems! Please refer to the news below to learn about latest products and technologies, applications, trade fairs and exhibitions, webinars and workshops. For media enquiries, please use our contact form or get in touch with the Corporate Communications team directly via corporate.communications@leica-microsystems.com.

See what's new from Leica Microsystems this summer


Look out for workshops taking place near you this summer, featuring our new innovations

Leica solution supports more realistic cancer research models


3D Cell Biology Workflow for tumor spheroid imaging with the SP8 DLS Digital LightSheet Microscope

Bendable biosensors from flexible organic electronics


Developing wearable body sensors with the aid of Leica microscopes

Everyone on the same page with the latest version of AirLab App from Leica Microsystems


View live images of all connected microscopes in one thumbnail overview

Join us for a Free Webinar: Novel Applications of Multiphoton Microscopy


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...

High-throughput capability for Laser Microdissection Devices


Leica Microsystems releases the scanning stage LMT350 ultra and introduces Leica LMD application Software V8.0.1

Inspect 6" wafers fast with 30% more field of view


New DM3 XL inspection system for routine applications in industry

Automated analysis of 3D-printed components for the aerospace industry


Interview with Reinhold Matthes, materials tester for quality management at Liebherr-Aerospace Lindenberg GmbH, describing his experience with the DM12000 M inspection system from Leica

Observing surface wetting under water


Leica Microscopes help scientists investigate “self-cleaning” surfaces

More structural information from transparent samples


Make substantiated decisions with the new TL3000 Ergo transmitted light base

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