Light Microscopes

For Scientific Research and Routine

Widefield Microscopes

Upright and Inverted

Widefield microscopes are available in different versions. Choose an upright microscope if your task is to analyze zebrafish embryos, stained tissue selections or brain slices. For tissue culture and quick assessments in routine research, the inverted microscope might be the better choice.

Axio Observer

Axioscope

Axiolab

Axio Imager

Primo

Axio Vert

Axio Examiner

Stereo and Zoom Microscopes

Stereomicroscopes as well as a stereo zoom microscopes generate three-dimensional and laterally precise images for your microscope applications. These microscopes provide large object fields and allow extended working distances. A Stereo Microscope is perfect for the observation of large biological samples like leafes or tissues. In the field of materials microscopy, stereomicroscopes and stereo zoom microscopes are valuable tools for the inspection or analysis of rough materials surfaces. To extend the flexibility of your microscope ZEISS offers various types of illumination techniques and high quality digital cameras as upgrades.

Axio Zoom.V16

SteREO Discovery

Stemi 305 / 508

Imaging Systems

Complete Hard & Software Solutions for Your Imaging Needs

Imaging Systems mostly combine traditional wide-field microscopy components with powerful computer hardware and sophisticated imaging technologies. These products are the right solutions for your highly automated tasks and subcellular investigations.

Particle Analysis Systems

Laser Microdissection and Optical Tweezers

Laser Microdissection is the contamination-free method for separating and collecting cells of interest out of tissue samples or cell cultures. The isolated pure cell populations are the ideal starting point for specific and meaningful results in your molecular analysis.

Optical Tweezers are also a contact-free method that uses a highly focused laser beam to manipulate and sort cells in suspension, for example bacteria.

Superresolution

ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM

Your life sciences research often requires you to measure, quantify and understand the finest details and sub-cellular structures of your sample. You may be working with tissue, bacteria, organoids, neurons, living or fixed -cells and many different labels.