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.
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.
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.
Smart Cell Imager
For routine to live cell research
Material Analysis Solution for Visual and Chemical Inspection
Increase work efficiency with Leica DM4 B & DM6 B upright digital research microscopes.
Ergonomic optical microscope systems for routine and research applications
Uniquely ergonomic system microscope with LED illumination
Sharing Microscope Images on an iPad
Inspection System for Microelectronics and Semiconductor
Multispectral Photomanipulation Module
Multicolor advanced TIRF module
Entry level inverted microscope
Inverted Laboratory Microscope with LED Illumination
Uniquely Ergonomic System Microscope
Digital microscope for 3D surface measurement in production and research
Ergonomic System Microscopes for Complex Clinical Applications
Fluorescence LED Illumination Source
Fluorescence Illumination LED Light Source
External light source for fluorescence excitation
Upright Materials Microscopes
Upright Polarization Microscopes
Laser Microdissection enables users to isolate specific single cells or entire areas of tissue.
Fixed Stage Microscope for Electrophysiology and in vivo Imaging
Inverted Microscope for Industry
Upright Materials Microscope with Universal LED Illumination
Forensic Comparison Microscope with LED Illumination
Materials Analysis Microscope
High Throughput 8" Inspection & Review System
Precision 12" Inspection & Review System
Automatic supply of water immersion during experiments
For Life Science
Multiple viewing systems allow multiple users to simultaneously view the same specimen
LED Fluorescence Lightsource with Software Control
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
Inverted Microscope for Metallography and Industrial Materials Inspection
Fluorescence Microscope System for Advanced Imaging and Analysis
Uniquely Ergonomic System Microscopes With Intelligent Automation
Motorized Forensic Comparison Microscope
Motorized Forensic Comparison Macroscope
Manual Forensic Comparison Macroscope
Manual Inverted Microscope for Basic Life Science Research
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The Bordeaux Imaging Center (BIC) and Leica Microsystems are now working together on an official basis
Improved usability and larger application range
2-in-1 system for visual and chemical analysis of particles at the same time
This monthly updated reference list demonstrates the major application fields for laser microdissection in life science research.
The Cell Atlas, a part of the Human Protein Atlas, was created by the group of Prof. Emma Lundberg at the SciLifeLab, KTH Royal Institute of…
Reliable interpretation and quantification of cellular features in fluorescence microscopy requires an accurate estimate of microscope resolution.…