The Eclipse Ci upright microscope offers simultaneous, motorised switching of objective lens, condenser and light intensity.
WPI's FluoroDish tissue culture dishes provide high imaging quality for many applications requiring the use of inverted microscopes, such as high-resolution image analysis, microinjection and electrophysical recording of fluorescent-tagged cells.
WPI has introduced a series of Micro Fine Mesh Baskets that are suitable for washing or sterilising small parts.
The MICRO-ePORE pinpoint cell penetrator from WPI is a simple and versatile system that can be used for efficient microinjection of a diverse array of components and biomolecules into oocytes and pre-implantation stage mammalian embryos.
Andor Technology has released the ultrasensitive Sona back-illuminated camera for fluorescence microscopy. Featuring 95% quantum efficiency and vacuum cooling down to -45°C, Sona provides good sCMOS sensitivity.
The Ds-Ri2 is a 16.25 MP, high-definition colour camera from Nikon providing good colour reproduction and fast frame rates.
The Eclipse Ti2 delivers a 25 mm FOV suitable for large-scale and high-throughput imaging. Complemented by the latest large-format CMOS cameras, this extended view is designed to increase data capture and achieve full system-level imaging effortlessly.
The Eclipse Ts2R is an intermediate inverted research microscope from Nikon that provides a wide variety of observation methods and many enhanced functionalities.
World Precision Instruments (WPI) has announced the SMARTouch controller, for use with up to two independently controlled UltraMicroPumps (UMP3).
World Precision Instruments (WPI) has introduced MemoryFlex surgical scissors, which are claimed to cut better, last longer and cause less trauma to tissue.
The Eclipse Ti2 delivers a 25 mm field of view (FOV). It maximises the sensor area of large-format CMOS cameras without making compromises and improves data throughput.
Nikon's DS-Fi3 is a high-definition colour microscope camera. Its high-speed data readout, good colour reproduction and high quantum efficiency are optimal for imaging in various applications, such as brightfield, DIC, phase contrast and fluorescence observation.
The Eclipse Ts2R from Nikon is an intermediate-sized inverted research microscope designed for a wide variety of applications.
Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) is a breakthrough technology with features suitable for high-fidelity, quantitative scientific measurement. Andor's Zyla and Neo cameras offer 4.2 and 5.5 MP formats.
The Eclipse Ts2 from Nikon is an entry-level inverted microscope with enhanced functionality and ease of use. Its compact design saves valuable space in the laboratory and fits easily inside tissue culture hoods.
Aerotech has introduced a series of integrated open-frame stages with precise geometric performance and micrometre-level straightness. There are nine models in the series to accommodate user requirements for travel and accuracy.
Nikon has announced the addition of the SMZ1270 and SMZ800N to its range of stereo microscopes. The systems feature an expanded zoom ratio, enhanced ease of operation and good optical performance.
Nikon Metrology has released three stereomicroscopes: the SMZ1270, a stereo microscope with a large zoom ratio; the SMZ1270i, a version of SMZ1270 with intelligent features; and the SMZ800N, with enhanced optics and operability.
Nikon Instruments has released the SMZ25 and SMZ18 stereomicroscopes. Suitable for all bioscience applications, the microscopes meet the increasing need of scientists for imaging systems capable of spanning spatial scales from single cells to whole organisms.
The latest surgical instruments catalogue is now available from WPI, containing a variety of new products.
The third generation of Nikon’s Perfect Focus System (PFS) has been released. The product combats the challenges of live cell imaging by eliminating focus-drift, which reduces the reliability of acquired data.
The Nikon BioStation CT is an integrated culture observation system for stem-cell imaging and cultivation.
The Nikon A1R MP+ multiphoton confocal microscope provides fast and sharp imaging deep within living organisms.
Nikon Corporation has released two super-resolution microscopes, the N-SIM and N-Storm. The microscopes have been designed to realise resolution higher than ever before achieved by conventional optical microscopes. The N-SIM was developed with technology licensed from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and the N-Storm was developed with technology licensed from Harvard University.
Nikon Instruments has introduced the Eclipse MA200, an inverted materials microscope that uses integrated intelligence to automatically combine captured images with data on the applied observation settings for more comprehensive documentation. Its design allows easy access to the sample on the stage and nosepiece, while minimising the footprint size.
The Eclipse 90i, an addition to Nikon's i-series of microscopes, is an automated biological research tool optimised for digital image capture.
A digital camera with networking capability has joined Nikon's Digital Eclipse series. The DN100 enables the viewing of images by multiple users at distant locations over a network, while the images are being captured elsewhere. It is not necessary to store images before sending them to the other distant locations, as the images are viewed simultaneously and in real-time.