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In vivo imaging: reaching new depths

A high-speed, high-precision, deep-imaging multiphoton system presents new possibilities in deep, in vivo imaging. By Bülent Peker

Simplifying specialised cell imaging

Eugene McCarthy reports on how vast improvements in optical resolutions and 3D imaging are allowing laboratories to simplify routine tasks...

CSI: Dundee

Crime scene investigations with opto-digital microscopy

Affordable, reliable quality imaging

Introducing the new 5 Megapixel SC50 microscope camera from Olympus

New imaging software

Bringing images to life with the latest software from Olympus, cellSens 1.12

Crisp and fluid imaging

Olympus launches its next generarion of full HD cameras for microscopy

New solution for confocal super resolution

Optical resolution of up to 120 nm is now achieved in cell and tissue imaging

Deep imaging of biological samples

Olympus launches its dedicated multiphoton excitation (MPE) objectives for deep imaging

Opening new avenues in organic solar cell research

Confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM) used to enhance research into organic semiconductors and transparent electrodes

Grant to accelerate materials inspection projects launched

The Olympus Technology Grant will award innovative projects with a free loan of its most advanced opto-digital systems

Picture perfect

Flavio Giacobone presents a guide to picking the best digital camera for microscopy applications

A competitive edge in materials testing

Application note on efficiency of opto-digital microscopy

Industrial microscopy on display at EUSPEN

Olympus will be showcasing its latest advances at EUSPEN conference

Microscopy techniques offer unprecedented detail

Novel microscopy technologies are enabling scientists to examine samples in new levels of detail. Sean Ottewell reports

Virtual microscope images at your fingertips

Olympus has launched its OlyVIA Mobile iPad App, an image viewer dedicated to virtual slides

Breaking the mould - flexible microscopy

Microscopy is entering a new era of flexibility with the 'open source microscopy' concept. Wolfgang Hempell reports

Optimised imaging for wider applications

Imaging is at the heart of many analytical procedures and the latest microscope technologies are optimised for accuracy and ease of...

Discover open source microscopy for live cell imaging

As part of the annual EMBO and EMBL events, Olympus will be showcasing the open source microscopy concept, led by the IX3 inverted...

Extended flexibility and performance in live cell imaging

Olympus introduces new advanced optical modules for increased flexibility in its inverted microscope frame design. The IX3 series can now be...

Presenting dedicated microscopy solutions at ECP

Olympus will exhibit its BX3 upright microscope systems and VS120 virtual slide scanner at ECP 2013. Designed specifically to meet the needs...

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