ZEISS at MMC 2015

Microscopy Events

ZEISS at MMC 2015

29 June - 2 July - Booth #709, Manchester, UK

Interested in our exciting new microscopy solutions? Or simply fancy a coffee and a chat with our expert team? Visit us at booth #709 to learn why Airyscan technology is revolutionizing confocal microscopy and how ZEISS MultiSEM 505, the world’s fastest scanning electron microscope, images with 61 parallel electron beams. Discuss with our specialists how 3D X-Ray microscopy is changing the landscape of correlative imaging technology. This year we are introducing two new products at MMC 2015: ZEISS LSM 880 with Airyscan and ZEISS Sigma 500 FE-SEM.

 

 

  • Products

    ZEISS LSM 880 with Airyscan

    Your flexible and modular confocal laser scanning microscope for high end fluorescence imaging. Add Airyscan for highest signal-to-noise, resolution and speed. Combine LSM 880 with NLO functionality for multiphoton experiments or ELYRA for superresolution imaging.
     

     

     

    ZEISS LSM 880 with Airyscan

    ZEISS Sigma

    Combine field emission SEM (FE-SEM) technology with advanced analytics. Profit from proven Gemini electron optics. Choose from a variety of detector options: you can image particles, surfaces, and nanostructures. Save time with the semi-automated 4-step workflow of Sigma: structure your imaging and analysis routines and increase productivity.

    ZEISS Sigma

    ZEISS Xradia

    Using a unique range of X-ray and light optics, the Xradia family of X-ray microscopes opens a new world of non-destructive 3D and 4D imaging capability.
    The Versa range offers with a spatial resolutionn down to 700nm and a voxel size of 70nm while the Ultra family has a spatial resolution of <50nm.

     

    ZEISS Xradia

  • Workshop

    Automated Correlative Tomography using X-Ray Microscopy and FIB-SEM

    In this workshop we will explore the benefits of X-ray microscopy with new and emerging techniques only applicable to X-ray instruments incorporating lenses.
    We will also explore how this helps in the overall context of the laboratory by discussing correlative imaging techniques.

    Date
    July 02, 2015 - at 12:30PM

    Location
    Workshop area 2

    Abstracts and workshop details

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