Light Microscopes for Research and Routine Tasks

Axio Observer

Light Microscopes
For Research and Routine Tasks

Upright and Inverted Microscopes

Detect smallest details of your zebrafish embryos, stained tissue sections or brain slices with upright microscopes and their numerous contrasting techniques. With inverted microscopes you use the large sample space for your cells in petri dishes, well plates or culture flasks. Easily adapt micromanipulation and incubation equipment.

Stereo and Zoom Microscopes

Observe your samples as they are: threedimensional, crisp in contrast, with no preparation required. Profit from large object fields and working distances for your micromanipulation.

Digital Microscopes

Digitize your biological specimens and create high-quality virtual slides the reliable, reproducible way. For industrial applications use smart digital microscopes for your quality control and quality assurance inspections.

Imaging Systems

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.

Superresolution Microscopy

The new Lattice SIM technology of Elyra 7 brings structured illumination microscopy (SIM) to a new level. Groundbreaking light efficiency gives you gentle superresolution imaging at incredibly high frame rates. The new Apotome mode allows superfast optical sectioning of your samples – with 255 fps you get your data faster than ever before. Plus, you can extend your ZEISS Elyra 7 with single molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) and also profit from the wealth of options of a research grade live cell microscope from ZEISS.

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.   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.