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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 News

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.

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

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

HyVolution - Super-Resolution Imaging with a Confocal Microscope

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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...

New Leica Bioimaging Center Officially Inaugurated

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Leica Microsystems and the Biomedical Center (BMC) of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich, Germany, inaugurated the new core facility Bioimaging.