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ZEISS LSM 800 with Airyscan - Your Compact Confocal for High End imaging
Your compact confocal for high and imaging. Choose a flexible confocal laser scanning microscope with highly sensitive GaAsP detector and fast linear scanning. Get 1.7x higher resolution
Discover a unique automated microscope for gentle and fast confocal 4D imaging
Enhancing ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 with ZEISS LSM 900 for optical sectioning The proven ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 is a fully integrated high-end imaging system with various incubation and detection...
Workshop: Advanced Materials Research for the Automotive Industry, 22.06.2017, Jena, GermanyRegister Now!
ZEISS Axioscope 5 – the smart fluorescence microscope for your routine lab
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#Cell #division of LLC-PK1 #cells, alpha-#tubulin (mEmerald, magenta) and H2B (mCherry, green). With the new #Multiplex mode for ZEISS #Airyscan 2 a Z-stack of 52 slices was captured every 40 seconds
“Without microscopes, restorers would be blind.”
Hermitage Deputy Director and Chief Curator Svetlana B. Adaksina shares some insights The Art of Restoration conference took place at the world famous State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg in May...
Restore world’s cultural heritage with the latest science
Nature, Published online: 11 June 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01816-0Restore world’s cultural heritage with the latest science
Ernst Haeckel’s prescient view
Nature, Published online: 11 June 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01822-2Ernst Haeckel’s prescient view
The Natural History Museum London – Behind the scenes 3
Conserving and digitizing butterflies Butterflies possess some of the most striking color displays found in nature. As they fly from flower to flower gathering nectar, their bright wings seem to...
The human body is a mosaic of different genomes
Nature, Published online: 06 June 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01780-9Survey finds that ‘normal’ human tissues are riddled with mutations.
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