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Confocal Microscopes

Confocal microscopes from Leica Microsystems are partners in top level biomedical research and surface analysis in material science applications, offering unprecedented precision in three-dimensional imaging and exact examination of subcellular structures and dynamic processes.

High-speed imaging supplies the data for a wide range of integrated analytical techniques. Our confocal microscopes are based on a modular concept that enables flexible upgrading and integration of innovative technology all the way to the nano range with STED 3X.

 

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Confocal Microscopes


Confocal Microscopes News

Real-time 3D imaging of living organisms at sub-cellular resolution

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Leica Microsystems to develop SCAPE microscopy

Explore life’s true nature with super-resolution and nanoscopy

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With HyVolution 2 and the Leica TCS SP8 STED ONE, Leica Microsystems paves the way to access imaging beyond the diffraction limit

Workshop: STED-Microscopy in Munich

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Learn the use of STED superresolution microscopy for fixed and living, thin and thick samples, deconvolution and analysis of results,

06. - 09. Dezember 2016

Microscopy Today 2016 Innovation Award for Leica Digital LightSheet solution

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Light sheet and confocal microscopy combined for long-term imaging of sensitive samples

Webinar: HyVolution Turns Super-Sensitivity into 140 nm Resolution in Multicolor

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Constantin Kappel will demonstrate how to achieve a resolution of 140 nm with the Leica TCS SP8 confocal microscope using HyD hybrid detectors and Huygens deconvolution.

Webinar: Advances in Neuroscience: New Methods for Correlating Structure and Function

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Kwanghun Chung (MIT) and Christine Ann Denny (Columbia University) will present recent advances in targeted cell labelling, tissue clearing, and fluorescence imaging methods for the study of brain function.