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Life Science Education Microscopes

As a teacher of biology, you show students how living organisms are structured using tissue sections and blood smears as microscope samples.

To get the most out of their observations, they should be flexible: for example by changing magnifications and optics, or using different contrasting methods such as phase contrast and darkfield.  Working with software to document, annotate, and share images increases their learning experience even further.

Discover the structures of life!

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Our microscopes help students learn to

  • Identify different parts of cells
  • Distinguish between plant and mammalian cells
  • Looking at cell membranes or cell walls
  • Distinguish between tumor and healthy cells
  • Distinguish gram positive and negative bacteria
  • Identify bacterial spores in negative stains
  • Dive deeper into cell functionalities

Begin, Explore, Advance

Begin with the Leica ES2, Leica DM100, or Leica DM300

Explore with the Leica EZ4 or Leica DM500

Advance with the Leica EZ4 W, Leica EZ4 E or Leica DM750