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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

Chronic inflammation under the microscope

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This article explains how widefield light microscopy helps to examine the underlying processes of chronic inflammation from a cellular level to whole organisms.

Factors to consider when selecting a research microscope

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What is the right research microscope for me? This article gives you a brief overview of the major features you should have in mind when choosing an optical research microscope.

Which microscope works best for the classroom?

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New: All the details teachers need to know about student microscopes in an overview of Leica educational microscopes

Why the pigment manufacturer Kronos uses the Leica DCM8 for 3D surface profiling of plastics

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“Using the Leica DCM8, we save time on each sample.”

Leica Microsystems attends BI-MU Exhibition in Milan

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Optimizing documentation and quality control for industry and materials science

Webinar: Laser Microdissection in Cancer Research – Contamination-free Isolation of Tumor Material for Downstream Analysis

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You will learn about the advantages of using LMD for precise, contamination-free isolation of specific cell types using pancreatic cancer tissue sections as examples.