ZEISS Microscopy Solutions Center

Jupiter, FL

ZEISS Microscopy Solutions Center

The ZEISS Microscopy Solutions Center, located in the Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute, provides advanced training and development of specialized microscopy workflows for scientists to accelerate their research. Established as part of the Jupiter Biodiscovery and Innovation Hub, this location leverages exploratory research happening on campus by providing access to the latest microscopy and image analysis solutions from ZEISS. This center will serve as an incubator where ideas are nurtured and supported until they eventually bloom into solutions that benefit the life science research community.


The ZEISS Microscopy Solutions Center is here to do just that - provide solutions.  

At ZEISS, our commitment to scientific excellence and innovation drives us to challenge the limits of the   human imagination. We bridge the gap between the scientific community and our advanced microscopy solutions by offering full access to ZEISS microscopes and our team of experts in your backyard. By placing the LSM 980 Airyscan 2, Lattice Lightsheet 7, Axio Observer 7, and the arivis image analysis solutions during the initial phase, we will work closely with the scientific community at the Jupiter Biodiscovery and Innovations Hub, listening to your needs and collaborating on cutting-edge research projects. Our goal is to empower researchers to unlock discoveries, drive breakthroughs, and shape the future of humanity.  



At ZEISS, we are committed to delivering an exceptional customer experience and thrive on our customers success. A well-trained and knowledgeable team is crucial to provide a top-notch customer experience. That's why we have established training centers dedicated towards enhancing the skills and expertise of our employees.

Part of the ZEISS Microscopy Solutions Center will serve as a hub for training and development, equipping our staff with the tools they need to excel in their roles and exceed customer expectations. Our sales and service employees receive comprehensive training programs tailored to their specific roles and responsibilities, and a portion of it will happen at the Solutions Center.

By investing in our employee's growth and development, we empower them to deliver outstanding customer experiences, create positive interactions, and leave a lasting impact on our customers.


ZEISS Microscopy has a world-class, global Service organization complementing our cutting-edge technology.

This location will have a state-of-the-art Technical Training Center designed to provide in-depth technical training for our Field Service Engineers. Equipped with the latest Electron Microscopy instrumentation and staffed with service training experts, this facility will ensure that our Service Engineers are able to optimize instrument performance for our customers and enable them to achieve accurate and reliable results. Our continued commitment to customer satisfaction and technical excellence ensures that our customers can overcome any microscopy-related challenge and continue their work with confidence.

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ZEISS is always looking to expand our teams with knowledgeable professionals across a variety of fields including sales, service, marketing, R&D, engineering, customer service, and more. Joining ZEISS Microscopy means becoming part of a legacy that has shaped the field of microscopy for generations, with opportunities for innovation and growth in a time-honored organization.  

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ZMSC Gallery

Learn more about the photos on the ZMSC gallery wall

  • Connon Thomas, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

    This image shows 3D reconstructions of several calyx of Held axon terminals and their mitochondria where there is one major terminal (yellow outline, red mitochondria), one minor terminal (purple outline, blue mitochondria), and two small inputs (green, pink) onto a principal neuron. The original data used to create the reconstructions was collected using serial block-face scanning electron microscopy.


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  • Mary Phillips, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    The hippocampus, a seahorse-shaped structure, is crucial for forming new memories. It’s stained for proteins that support perineuronal nets (pink) to enhance communication. In the hippocampus, these nets mostly surround small inhibitory neurons. However, in the CA2 region, perineuronal nets lose interneuron specificity and encompass excitatory synapses (purple).

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  • Naomi Kamasawa, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

    A scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image displays a
    dissociated neuron from a mouse hippocampus. This image reveals smooth extensions of processes emerging from the cell body. To obtain this image, the cell was cultivated on a glass surface, fixed in place, and then treated with ionic liquid.

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  • Nicolai T. Urban, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience Download image (795 KB)
  • Tejas Purimetla, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

    This image of projections from a hippocampal neuron display mitochondria (red) and actin (white). These neurons play a vital role in memory formation. Actin secures the mitochondria in position, enabling them to generate energy precisely where it’s required, to power the process of memory formation.

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  • Dongmei Zuo, McGill University

    By utilizing sophisticated high-resolution multicolor techniques, we can uncover the intricate spatial dynamics within the body. In this particular case, we focus on a section of the human tonsil, where we identify key markers crucial for describing tumor prognosis and diagnosis. Furthermore, we assess how the tumor is likely to respond to various therapeutic treatments.

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  • Rachel Satterfield and Katie Shirley, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

    This image displays a tree shrew eyeball with intricate structures. The outer cornea acts as a transparent shield, while the inner lens focuses light onto the retina. The iris adjusts the pupil’s size to regulate light entry. The retina captures and processes visual information, transmitting it to the brain via the optic nerve. This complex arrangement enables the
    extraordinary gift of sight.

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  • Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole

    Squids have been pivotal in advancing neuroscience research due to their easily accessible giant axons, which can be as wide as a grain of rice. In this context, we observe the intricate symmetry of squid neurons, prominently displayed against the cellular scaffolds.

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