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  • Conservators and Microscopes: A Great Team

    Conservators and Microscopes: A Great Team

    A glimpse into the work of the conservation team at the Imperial Carriage Museum in Vienna A pleasant calm lies over the conservation workshop of the Imperial Carriage Museum. Matthias Manzini and...

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  • Automating Data Processing in Cancer Research

    Automating Data Processing in Cancer Research

    APEER is helping researchers to analyze data faster and with higher precision An important aspect of cancer research is understanding why some cancer cells escape chemotherapy and become even more...

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  • Cellular Therapy Opens up New Perspectives

    Cellular Therapy Opens up New Perspectives

    Professor Alp Can from Ankara University speaks about his research Professor Alp Can is the director of the Department of Histology and Embryology at Ankara University School of Medicine, and also...

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  • Inspiring the Next Generation of Nanotechnologists

    Inspiring the Next Generation of Nanotechnologists

    ZEISS electron microscope used in nanotechnology outreach program to local high school and community college students in greater San Diego area Opportunities for careers in nanotechnology are...

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  • Understanding the Toxicity of Nanoparticles

    Understanding the Toxicity of Nanoparticles

    0 Nanomaterials have become present in our daily life, they could be found in food, cosmetics, textiles, paints, electronic devices, etc. The Consumer Product Inventory (CPI) lists nearly 2000...

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  • Correlative Microscopy in Materials Science (Second Edition)

    Correlative Microscopy in Materials Science (Second Edition)

    ZEISS & Wiley present free guide Correlative microscopy is not a single technique but a varied collection of techniques that share a common approach. By applying several different microscopy...

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  • “Without Microscopes, Restorers Would Be Blind.”

    “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...

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  • The Natural History Museum London – Behind the Scenes 3

    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...

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  • The Natural History Museum London – Behind the Scenes 2

    The Natural History Museum London – Behind the Scenes 2

    Making the invisible tangible The Natural History Museum London (NHM) attracts around 5 million visitors each year. Unfortunately, not all of them are able to experience the beauty of the...

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  • The Natural History Museum London – Behind the Scenes 1

    The Natural History Museum London – Behind the Scenes 1

    From mosquito DNA to Martian meteorites The Natural History Museum (NHM) in London is not only a world-famous museum, but also a world leading research institution. It represents the culmination...

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  • Meteorite hides a fragment of an ancient comet

    Meteorite hides a fragment of an ancient comet

    Surprise discovered by ZEISS microscopes Asteroids and comets both formed from the disk of gas and dust that once rotated around our young sun, but they aggregated at different distances from the...

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  • Microscopes are taking over the measuring lab

    Microscopes are taking over the measuring lab

    Pooled expertise in microscopy and metrology to create ZEISS NEO pixel software The new ZEISS NEO pixel software for measuring microscopic images, especially in combination with the ZEISS...

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  • Speeding up imaging and documentation of microscopic samples

    Speeding up imaging and documentation of microscopic samples

    Smart Microscopy from ZEISS simplifies biomedical routine lab work It takes time to acquire detail-rich, true-color images of biomedical specimens. Users have to repeat the same steps again and...

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  • “The hydrogen era is yet to come”

    “The hydrogen era is yet to come”

    The role of fuel cells in the energy transition Fuel cells generate electricity emission-free by combining hydrogen with oxygen (exactly the opposite of electrolysis). Therefore, they could play a...

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  • State Hermitage Museum – the first labs@location Partner of ZEISS in Russia

    State Hermitage Museum – the first labs@location Partner of ZEISS in Russia

    More than 1,000 analyses and studies carried out on ZEISS equipment In an official ceremony on 4th April, The State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg became the first labs@location Partner for...

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  • Discover a unique automated microscope for gentle and fast confocal 4D imaging

    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...

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  • New Multiplex mode for ZEISS Airyscan 2 enables fast and gentle confocal microscopy

    New Multiplex mode for ZEISS Airyscan 2 enables fast and gentle confocal microscopy

    ZEISS LSM 9 family for life sciences research introduced Life sciences research can be demanding, and if you are involved in neuroscience, cancer research or other cell- or organism-based...

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  • Why do dopamine neurons die particularly fast in a specific brain area?

    Why do dopamine neurons die particularly fast in a specific brain area?

    Research team from York uses confocal microscopy from ZEISS to investigate neurodegeneration processes in Parkinson’s disease People with Parkinson’s lose control of their muscles, resulting in...

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  • Foundation stone ceremony for world-class high-resolution microscopy centre in Heidelberg

    Foundation stone ceremony for world-class high-resolution microscopy centre in Heidelberg

    ZEISS supports new EMBL Imaging Centre with solutions for correlative microscopy A foundation stone ceremony for the new EMBL Imaging Centre, located on the campus of the European Molecular...

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  • Spotlight on the cells’ ultrastructure

    Spotlight on the cells’ ultrastructure

    New correlative approach combines superresolution confocal and scanning electron imaging Researchers from the Department of Cell Biology, theme Nanomedicine, and the ‘Microscopy Imaging Center’ at...

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