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What makes sCMOS microscope cameras so popular?


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.

How 3D Visualization can Support ENT Surgery and Training


In his Science Lab interview, Prof. Erwin Offeciers, Head of the European Institute for Otorhinolaryngology, Antwerp, belgium, talks about his experiences with 3D visualization in ENT surgery.

Nature Methods Application Note: HyVolution - the Smart Path to Confocal Super-Resolution


In this application note Rolf Borlinghaus and Constantin Kappel explain the HyVolution method, which merges optical and computational super-resolution.

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


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

HyVolution - Super-Resolution Imaging with a Confocal Microscope


Since the invention of the microscope, there has been continual discussion about the possibility of showing more detailed features of specimens as compared to just magnifying them. Ernst Abbe was the first to explore the issue in depth and found...

Forensic Investigations Made Easy and Fast with Digital Microscopy


Download your free report and learn more how the Leica DVM6 enables forensic scientists to gather and compare evidence from ballistics and tool marks or counterfeited money, credit cards, and documents, more efficiently.

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