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Leica TCS SP8 DLS LightSheet and Confocal Microscope

Published: 26 February 2015

Leica Microsystems makes a turn in light sheet microscopy an offers confocal microscopy and offers gentle single plane illumination in one imaging system.


16. to 18. March: Three-Day Cryo CLEM Workshop at the Institute of Parasitology at the Biology Center ASCR in České Budějovice, Czech Republic

Published: 19 February 2015

Leica Microsystems Presents State-of-the-Art Solution for Analysis of Cryo Samples in Light and Electron Microscopes

March 16 to 18, Leica Microsystems will hold a workshop at the Institute of Parasitology (http://www.paru.cas.cz/en/) of the Biology Center of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (http://alfa.bc.cas.cz/en/) (ASCR) in České Budějovice, Czech Republic. During practical sessions and...


Free Demo: Imaging Beyond Confocal Resolution

Published: 19 February 2015

Pushing your confocal to its limits requires highly sensitive detection with low noise. Leica TCS SP8 + SVI Huygens combines super-sensitive HyD detectors with Huygens deconvolution. The improvements in resolution and contrast...


Leica DFC7000 T Multi-Purpose Camera for Brightfield and Fluorescence Microscopy

Published: 17 February 2015

Two Acquisition Modalities in One CCD Color Sensor Save Time

Wetzlar, Germany. Leica Microsystems launches the digital CCD color camera Leica DFC7000 T, which has been developed for both fluorescence and brightfield applications. The camera has a highly sensitive quad-tab sensor and is cooled. Users can acquire brightfield images due to the high camera...


What Does 30,000:1 Magnification Really Mean?

Published: 09 February 2015

This new tutorial from James DeRose and Michael Doppler will help you to understand magnification in modern digital microscopy