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.
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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
Transmitted Light Bases
Stereo microscope for college and university education with 8x to 35x magnification, 7-way LED illumination, and integrated camera
Imaging software for Windows OS for "EZ" documentation and annotation
Software Bundle for interactive microscopy class
Ultramicrotome for Perfect Sectioning at Room Temperature and Cryo
Specimen trimming device for TEM, SEM, LM
Stereo microscope for beginners in college and university education with 8x to 35x magnification and 7-way LED illumination
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