Microscopy courses are most enjoyable when both teachers and students can focus on their subject. Our educational microscopes help you to unlock your students’ full potential: They are practical, easy to handle, and provide images that will hold your students’ attention.
Delight young minds!
These plug-and-play microscopes are used in classrooms around the world. In life science subjects such as biology, histology, zoology, or anatomy as well as in earth sciences, materials sciences, or forensics education, they feed enquiring minds of beginners, explorers, and experts alike.
And if you would like to digitize your classroom and engage your students via Wi-Fi with tools they even use in their leisure time, we offer wireless classroom solutions.
The matrix will help you determine which of our instruments would be eligible for your classroom.
If you have any questions, please contact your local Leica Microsystems representative.
The addition of a camera such as the Leica EC4 or the wireless Leica ICC50 W and software such as the Leica LAS EZ or Leica Acquire turns a microscopes into an imaging system.
Using camera and software, students can work with their images beyond the microscope:
Essentially, working with a microscope equipped with camera and software is fun for students, because they can use and share their own images.
Last, but not least, fun is a great assistant to teachers!
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Digital Color Microscope Camera
Stereo microscope for college and university education with 8x to 35x magnification, 7-way LED illumination, and integrated camera
Cameras for Compound Microscopes
Imaging software for Windows OS for "EZ" documentation and annotation
Software Bundle for interactive microscopy class
Digital microscope for 2D and 3D imaging and analysis
Ultramicrotome for Perfect Sectioning at Room Temperature and Cryo
Specimen trimming device for TEM, SEM, LM
Upright Polarization Microscopes
Stereo microscope for beginners in college and university education with 8x to 35x magnification and 7-way LED illumination
View the Finest Details - Compound Microscope
Monocular, binocular or trinocular educational microscope for life sciences with 4 achromat or plan-achromat objectives
Binocular educational microscope for life science students with 4 infinity-corrected plan-achromat objectives and fluorescence capability
Binocular educational microscope for life science postdocs with 4 or 5 infinity-corrected or HI plan-achromat objectives and fluorescence capability
Binocular materials microscope for education, basic metallography, and forensics education
Tile scan image of mouse brain tissue section with multicolor immunofluorescent labeling acquired with the DMi8 S system.
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