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Announcing the Latest Advances in Automated Mineralogy
Announcing the latest capabilities of ZEISS Mineralogic with accompanying offer to upgrade from other automated mineralogy techniques
A Review of New Automated Mineralogy Functionality
Introducing ZEISS ZEN Intellesis: Machine learning for microscopy
Bringing our customers new solutions through digitalization By adding robust new capabilities like machine learning to our microscopy systems, we are initiating a step-change in the way our...
Free workshop and scientific meeting on Correlative Microscopy: From 3D Light to 3D Electron Microscopy
ZEISS in Collaboration with VIB | 4th Meeting Life happens in 3D – and understanding biological context in the three dimensions has been a major driver in light microscopy in the past decades. In...
New generation of ZEISS EVO scanning electron microscope introduced
Modular platform for intuitive operation, routine investigations and research applications ZEISS presents the new generation of its proven high performance scanning electron microscope (SEM): The...
ZEISS introduces update of LabDCT diffraction contrast tomography module for X-ray microscopy
ZEISS presents an update of LabDCT – its diffraction contrast tomography module for the ZEISS Xradia 520 Versa X-ray microscope. This imaging and analytical technique is used for obtaining...
Mineralogic Mining for Automated Mineralogy
Newest release of Mineralogic Mining for Automated Mineralogy
ZEISS Multi-scale Materials Characterization of Minerals, Metals & Steel
ZEISS provides a wide portfolio of light, electron/ion and X-ray microscopy systems for your complete multi-scale characterization and analysis across materials, applications and length scales. Get in
Ruggedized MinSCAN for Mine- or Lab-site Mineralogy
Monitor your mineral processing plant through daily mineralogical analysis of process streams. Build up a comprehensive understanding of the daily performance of your plant.
One of the rarest crystals on Earth has been found in a Russian meteorite
Ultra-rare quasicrystal investigated with ZEISS FE-SEM scanning electron microscope Physicists have uncovered an ultra-rare quasicrystal in a piece of Russian meteorite, and it’s only the third...
Developing Novel Materials and Making the Invisible Visible with Correlative Microscopy by ZEISS
Philip Withers, Professor of Materials Science at the University of Manchester, shares his experiences and research results with ZEISS microscopes ”I’m a materials scientist so I’m interested in,...
Microscopy Today 2016 Innovation Award for ZEISS Digital Classroom Solution
ZEISS Stemi 305 cam with Labscope imaging app - the interactive way of teaching ZEISS is one of this year’s winners of the Microscopy Today Innovation Award. At the 2016 Microscopy & Microanalysis...
Selected Applications of Focused Ion Beam Scanning Electron Microscopy in Materials Science
Free White Papers detailing the advantages of ZEISS Crossbeam FIB-SEM technology With ZEISS Crossbeam you combine the imaging and analytical performance of the GEMINI column with the ability of a...
High Throughput Imaging of Geological Slides
The technique of microscopical examination of thin sectioned and polished petrographic samples with a polarized light microscope is now possible with high throughput using ZEISS Axio Scan.Z1
ZEISS Atlas 5 – a new approach to master the multi-scale challenge
ZEISS introduces an integrated solution to acquire and analyze multi-scale...
In Situ and 4D Science | Observe and Quantify the Evolution of 3D Microstructure