Claudia Müller

Claudia Müller

Claudia Müller studied at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany, and the University of Birmingham, UK, graduating with a degree in English and Philosophy. After she spent eight years at a Frankfurt-based communications agency with a focus on integrated communications in B2B, B2C and corporate communications online and offline, Claudia worked in corporate communications at Leica Microsystems for four years. Her current focus is innovation communication.

Staining is crucial to revealing details in the specimens.

H&E Staining in Microscopy

If we consider the role of microscopy in pathologists’ daily routines, we often think of the diagnosis. While microscopes indeed play a crucial role at this stage of the pathology lab workflow, they…
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Factors for Selecting Clinical Microscopes

If you are considering the purchase of new clinical microscopes for yourself or your team, you will think about many options, vendors, and microscope models. Here are some tips to help you come to the…
Histopathological sample, 40x magnification

Clinical Microscopy: Considerations on Camera Selection

The need for images in pathology laboratories has significantly increased over the past few years, be it in histopathology, cytology, hematology, clinical microbiology, or other applications. They…
H&E stained specimen, 20x magnification

The Time to Diagnosis is Crucial in Clinical Pathology

Abnormalities in tissues and fluids - that’s what pathologists are looking for when they examine specimens under the microscope. What they see and deduce from their findings is highly influential, as…

How to Select a Microscope for Cataract Surgery

What to consider in the selection of an ophthalmic microscope for cataract procedures. Bearing these aspects in mind will equip surgeons well for talks with manufacturer representatives. Many…

How to Turn Microscope Workplaces Ergonomic

Microscopes are tools that affect those who work with them every day. They can be highly demanding for the human body, requiring concentration and a lot of steady activity from many of our muscles. In…

Factors for Selecting Student Microscopes

Selecting educational microscopes is not an easy task for teachers. The microscopes must stand up to daily use by not always careful hands, be constantly up and running, and fit the budget…

Definitions of Basic Technical Terms for Digital Microscope Cameras and Image Analysis

Most microscopes today are operated with a camera. The characteristics of the camera often decide whether the acquired image will reveal what a researcher wants to see. But when diving into camera…

What Makes sCMOS Microscope Cameras so Popular?

sCMOS cameras are more sensitive and are capable of much higher acquisition speed than cameras with other sensor types. Even though CCD cameras are widely used in live cell imaging and time-lapse…

Digital Microscopy in Forensics – Examples From Ballistics, Document, and Trace Evidence Investigations

Forensic experts work with a broad range of microscopes to examine evidence from firearms and tool marks, documents, forensic or legal medicine, hair and fibers as well as glass and paint. Digital…
Microscope image of cultured cells at the bottom of a dish.

How to do a Proper Cell Culture Quick Check

In order to successfully work with mammalian cell lines, they must be grown under controlled conditions and require their own specific growth medium. In addition, to guarantee consistency their growth…

A Good Place for Materials Scientists and Mineralogists to prepare their EM Samples

In June 2014, the Institut de Minéralogie, de Physique des Matériaux et de Cosmochimie (IMPMC) of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris became a Leica reference lab for EM Sample Preparation…

Five Advantages of Inverted Over Upright Microscopes in Industrial Applications

With inverted microscopes, you look at samples from below since their optics are placed under the sample, with upright microscopes you look at samples from above. Traditionally, inverted microscopes…

Investing in Ergonomically Designed Microscope Workplaces Pays Off

To do their best at work, people have to have a feeling of physical wellbeing: they are more attentive and motivated and more productive for longer periods of time. As ergonomically designed…
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