Understanding correlative microscopy
Correlative microscopy is not a single technique, rather a combination of software, technology, and data. It provides streamlined easy-to-use workflows, delivers unique insights into the sample, and lets you acquire more data in less time. Watch this video to understand correlative microscopy in under two minutes:
Day after day, researchers, lab technicians, and quality engineers examine numerous specimens in labs all over the world. In each examination, they need to identify a representative region and be able to navigate within the sample at different microscopes: light, electron, ion, X-ray and many more. Next, they need to combine and adjust all the data acquired to get a detailed understanding of the specimen. And then comes the task of overlaying images.
More information about the sample from micro to nano scale
By applying several microscopy techniques to a single sample, microscopists can study it at a much broader range of magnifications than possible with a single technique. Not only does this allow them to conduct an initial low-magnification inspection of a sample to identify specific regions of interest for closer study, but it also generates a much greater range of information about the samples at different scales.
Less time and effort spent on data acquisition
Correlative microscopy from ZEISS provides integrated solutions and seamless workflows.
- Gain unique insights into your sample
- Move seamlessly from the micro to nano scale
- Acquire more data in less time with streamlined workflows
- Benefit from powerful image and data correlation handling
- Acquire, handle, and analyze data from 2D to 4D
- Use correlative coverslips and holders for precise and efficient work
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