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Leica Microsystems News

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.

How stereo microscopes make the work with Drosophila in developmental biology more efficient

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In this report you can find useful information how to improve your daily laboratory workflow

Leica Microsystems Receives Award as Technology Leader

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Frost & Sullivan recognizes subsidiary Bioptigen for their product innovation in OCT

Highspeed Multicolor Confocal Super-Resolution: HyVolution for Leica TCS SP8

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HyVolution is confocal super-resolution for every specimen and every experiment. Study the rapid dynamics of living cells, image multiple fluorophores simultaneously, or capture intracellular details with resolution down to 140 nm.

Register Now for the High Pressure Freezing Meeting in Zurich

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Meet our Specialists for live Hands-on Demonstrations, Talks and Round Table Discussions

What Makes A Microscope A Good Educational Microscope?

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Interview with Leica Microsystems’ Product Manager Vince Vaccarelli

Leica receives FDA approval for EnFocus OCT

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Leica Microsystems’ subsidiary Bioptigen receives FDA’s 510(k) clearance for EnFocus

Instantly see the true nature of your samples.

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With HyVolution technology for the Leica TCS SP8 confocal platform you can.

How to best deal with hard-to-image samples in the automotive industry

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Free report for download.

Color Infidelity: Why Using a Light Source Incorrectly is Cheating on your Data

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In his article, Mike Tjepkema explains how to choose the best light source to minimize errors in imaging.

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