Developing wearable body sensors with the aid of Leica microscopes
View live images of all connected microscopes in one thumbnail overview
Leica Microsystems releases the scanning stage LMT350 ultra and introduces Leica LMD application Software V8.0.1
New DM3 XL inspection system for routine applications in industry
Interview with Reinhold Matthes, materials tester for quality management at Liebherr-Aerospace Lindenberg GmbH, describing his experience with the DM12000 M inspection system from Leica
Leica Microscopes help scientists investigate “self-cleaning” surfaces
Make substantiated decisions with the new TL3000 Ergo transmitted light base
Wetzlar, Germany – Leica introduces the DMi8 S, a new complete solution designed to give researchers the ultimate tool for fast, versatile microscopic imaging of living cells allowing scientists to find, observe and interact with living cells like...
New stereo microscope solutions from Leica reveal finest pigments and structures
Grain size plays an essential role in the mechanical properties of materials. Leica Microsystems offers state-of-the-art grain detection technology which automatically enhances and accurately detects grain boundaries, with high flexibility to adapt...