Life Science Research

Life Science Research

Life Science Research

Leica Microsystems’ life science research microscopes support the imaging needs of the scientific community with advanced innovation and technical expertise for the visualization, measurement and analysis of microstructures.

Live Cell Imaging

Shifting perspective from single microscope components to a full working live cell imaging solution, Leica Microsystems integrates microscope, LAS X imaging software, cameras, and dedicated third-party components into a complete live cell imaging system.

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Cell Culture

Growing cells under lab conditions is the base for scientists working in fields of cell or developmental biology, cancer research, or any kind of life science and pharma research. Find out how Leica cell culture solutions PAULA, DMi1 and DM IL help to culture animal cells in the lab.

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Organoids and 3D Cell Culture

One of the most exciting recent advancements in life science research is the development of 3D cell culture systems, such as organoids, spheroids, or organ-on-a-chip models. A 3D cell culture is an artificial environment in which cells are able to grow and interact with their surroundings in all 3 dimensions. These conditions are similar to how they would be in vivo.

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Latest Life Science Research News

Jon Daniels, Senior Engineer at Applied Scientific Instrumentation and Florian Fahrbach, Open Innovation Specialist at Leica Microsystems pictured at the Cell Bio 2022
Normal colon iteratively stained with over 30 CST antibodies using the Cell DIVE multiplexed imaging solution.

Unified user interface for QC community takes inspection mobile

Deep learning cell segmentation algorithm incorporated into Aivia 11 update

New features enable scalability for all researchers with manual or automated workflows

Aivia 10.5 offers up to 74% time saving with AI-powered neuron analysis

LNG-non-LNGHeLa cells labeled with light blue – Hoechst

CryoET experimental success rates improved through confocal 3D targeting

Leica Microsystems supports innovation through partnership agreement

Dr. Padilla-Parra from King’s College in London provides expert insight

Prof. Rosbash using Stellaris Microscope

Michael Rosbash, Nobel laureate for physiology or medicine in 2017, shares his thoughts on technology and research

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