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Connecting Digital and Molecular Pathology
Nov. 02, 2009

Connecting Digital and Molecular Pathology

Carl Zeiss has introduced the Palm VisDat (Virtual Slide Data Transfer) module of the Palm RoboSoftware, which connects for the first time molecular and digital pathology. The module enables users to precisely transfer information about specific areas marked on digitized tissue sections for laser microdissection on the Palm MicroBeam systems. This is particularly beneficial for researchers in molecular biology and medicine as well as for pathologists. more
For a Broader Audience
Nov. 02, 2009

For a Broader Audience

Olympus has introduced the all-in-one FSX100 fluorescence and FluoView FV10i confocal laser scanning microscope systems to enable even the most inexperienced users to create high-end research images. The all-in-one microscopes are designed to remove all of the complex steps involved in setting-up and using advanced fluorescence and confocal microscopes, ensuring that users can concentrate on the images and data without any prior expertise in the control of the numerous microscope components involved. more
Histological Examinations Optimated
Nov. 02, 2009

Histological Examinations Optimated

The new Leica SCN400 Slide Scanner offers an alternative to the microscope for the examination of histological samples in pathology, research, and teaching. The digital sensor lens, specially designed for high-res scans, ensures that the resolution and color fidelity of the image on the screen are just as good as that of the microscope image. Because of the Dynamic Focus principle which keeps the sample in focus for the full duration of the scan, even difficult samples can be effortlessly digitized with the Leica SCN400. more
LEXT - High resolution 3D Surface Profile
Oct. 12, 2009

LEXT - High resolution 3D Surface Profile

LEXT is utilising low wave length optical technology with a 408nm laser in combination with confocal scanning to exceed known resolution limits of optical imaging systems. By developing a special optical system which minimises the aberrations associated with short wavelength and maximises the transmission at 408nm Olympus achieved unequalled image quality and signal response. more
DP20 Digital Color Camera
Oct. 12, 2009

DP20 Digital Color Camera

The DP20 digital camera is ideal for a broad range of clinical, diagnostic, and educational applications with its rapid, real-time live display, stunning colour, and crisp detail. Pathologists, cytologists, haematologists, and microbiologists are sure to love the accurate colour reproduction of their specimens. This is also a great camera for a wide range of end users who require a camera for documentation purposes including bright fluorescence. more
Back in Black
Oct. 12, 2009

Back in Black

The Olympus DP71 digital camera offers unmatched versatility for microscopists, combining highest sensitivity with fast image acquisition rates and colour match performance. New features mean that the DP71 now unites unrivalled performance in brightfield- and fluorescence-imaging, in one camera.The new Olympus DP71 digital camera uses the latest interface technology and a high sensitivity 2/3 CCD to provide the fastest image acquisition rates of any comparable camera. more
SZX2 Stereo Microscope Series
Oct. 12, 2009

SZX2 Stereo Microscope Series

The Olympus SZX16 research stereo microscope is specifically designed for advanced research and hosts a range of top-end functions, such as full fluorescence capability and sophisticated documentation. With a maximum numerical aperture (NA) of 0.3, producing a superior resolution of 900 line pairs/mm, this enhances the flexibility of the range to enable advanced techniques, including fluorescence and micromanipulation. more
AnalySIS Family Launched
Oct. 12, 2009

AnalySIS Family Launched

Digital microscopy and image-processing technologies play a major role in industrial quality and process assurance, reducing effort required for manual and visual tasks and optimising processes. The digital approach of the analySIS family provides significantly higher objectivity and reproducibility compared to conventional inspection methods. The results are more precise, more reliable and are obtained faster. more
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