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    #Drosophila #embryo imaged with Multiplex Mode for LSM 900. Sample courtesy of J. Sellin, LIMES, Bonn, Germany. #zeiss #carlzeiss #confocal #lifescience #biology #resolution #research #fluorescence #m

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    This is a #paper #filter imaged with XRM. This material is used in water filtration/purification applications, for use in developing countries of the world as a low-cost alternative to expensive filtr

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    LSM 980 with Airyscan 2. The brain, thoracic and abdominal #ganglia of the #cockroach are joined together by bilateral connective bundles of ascending and descending interneurons forming the ventral #

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    Define the quality of metal powder for additive manufacturing with microscopy solutions. Analyze the raw material, assess porosity and effectiveness of the sintering process in 2D and 3D or investigat

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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

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    Analyze building materials – like #cement or #concrete – in multiple length scales and modalities with #microscopy solutions. Image your samples in a range of temperatures, pressures, and humidity con

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    #Pollen #grains adhering to the stigma during pollination of the Hebe, an evergreen #plant. Imaged on the #ZEISS EVO® HD with the VPSE G3 detector in variable pressure mode using OptiBeam® #depth mod

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    This video shows two X-ray #tomography (XRM) scans of an 18650 #Lithium ion #battery, performed with Xradia 620 Versa. Visualization and movie performed with ORS Dragonfly Pro. Both scans were perfor

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    The micrograph shows a Lilium auratum #pollen #grain, acquired with Airyscan 2 in Multiplex mode. Image courtesy of Jan Michels, Zoological Institute, Kiel #University. #science #research #micro #mic

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    HeLa #cells stained for #DNA (blue, Hoechst 44432), #microtubules (yellow, anti-tubulin Alexa 488) and F-actin (magenta, phalloidin Abberior STAR Red). Imaged with #ZEISS #Airyscan 2 in Multiplex mode

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    Life happens in 3D – and your research often calls for optical sectioning to image your samples with best possible contrast and resolution. Now you can add LSM 900 with Airyscan 2 to your Celldiscove

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    Brancing Light. In the lower right hand corner of this image is the mantis #shrimp #retina, which is where photoreceptors intercept light from the environment. This light information is then transmit

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    Comparison of milling strategies in #silicon. #Material removal with convential milling (left) takes 10 min 54 sec whereas with Fastmill the same amount of material is removed in 7 min 21 sec (right).

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    African green #monkey #kidney TOMM20 (AF 568), #Tubulin (AF 488) and DAPI. Images using LSM 880 with Airyscan, #3D. Sample courtesy of Michael W. Davidson, The Florida State #University. #science #re

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    #Carbon Nanotubes, Inlens, 5kV. Image courtesy of Dilek Özgit and Prof Gehan Amaratunga, Centre for Advanced #Photonics and #Electronics, Electrical Engineering Division, #University of #Cambridge. Qu

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