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Light Microscopes

Light microscopes from Leica Microsystems meet the highest demands whatever the application – from routine laboratory work to the research of multi-dimensional dynamic processes in living cells.

Perfect application

Leica Microsystems products are developed with the user in mind. That means our light microscopes know what matters most: superlative image quality, ergonomic handling, fast results and cost efficiency.

More systematic performance

System solutions consisting of application-oriented software and hardware components make our instrument even more efficient. Plus, you can present your results in high resolution directly in the image of the microscope specimen.


Light Microscopes


Light Microscopes Latest News

What Makes A Microscope A Good Educational Microscope?

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Interview with Leica Microsystems’ Product Manager Vince Vaccarelli

An LMD enthusiast recommends: Reading tips on laser microdissection by Falk Schlaudraff

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Great resources for basics and advanced applications

How to set up Koehler Illumination

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3 minutes to optimize your image quality

How the GFP Protein Revolutionized Live Cell Imaging

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Video Talk by Roger Tsien from University of California at San Diego, CA, USA, about History and Mutation of GFP

Leica DMi8 - Innovations to Fit Your Needs

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The Leica DMi8 is Leica Microsystems’ freely configurable inverted research microscope platform – from basic microscopy to high-end imaging. Please have a look at our latest developments which will further increase your possibilities in life science...

Probes that FIT RNA

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On Science Lab Imre Gaspar, EMBL, explains, how to use modified FIT (fluorogenic forced intercalation) probes for RNA detection quantification in live imaging using wash free FISH and STED super-resolution microscopy.