Microscopes

Microscope acts as cell incubation and monitoring system.

BioStation IM allows users to conduct live cell imaging locally or remotely over public or private network. Fully integrated, self-contained system provides means for managing, observing, and recording cell growth, morphology, and protein expression in culture by delivering consistent environmental control of temperature, humidity, and gas concentration. It supports multi-dimensional setup for X,...

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Zooming Microscope utilizes telecentric optics.

Suited for biomedical and industrial applications, AZ100 Multizoom macro/micro microscope system supports various observation techniques and has 5-500X magnification range. Zooming magnification optical system has 8:1 ratio, and triple place nosepiece allows various objective lenses to be attached. Also included, NIS-Elements software and Digital Sight cameras facilitate digital image capture....

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Educational Microscope is suited for inexperienced novices.

Suited for educational and routine laboratory use, Eclipse E100 infinity corrected microscope features CFI optical system with BE Plan Achromat objectives that correct chromatic aberration and curvature of field of view. Upright, ergonomic design has compact footprint for fitting into tight storage cabinet spaces. Product allows use of other auxiliary components and accessories, such as...

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University of Leoben Expands Nano-Scale Materials Research Capability with Imago Atom Probe Microscope

MADISON, WI - Imago Scientific InstrumentsÂ-® announced today the sale of its 3DAP(TM) model LEAPÂ-® microscope to the University of Leoben (Austria). LEAP microscopy, also known as atom-probe tomography, offers the highest spatial resolution of any microscopic technique with compositional analysis. It allows materials-research scientists to analyze specimens in three dimensions with...

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IOWA State University Selects Imago's LEAP 3000X SI Atom Probe as Centerpiece of New Laboratory

MADISON, WI - Imago Scientific InstrumentsÂ-®, the world leader in LEAPÂ-® atom probe microscopy, announced today the sale of its LEAP 3000X Si(TM) microscope to Iowa State University's College of Engineering. The LEAP will be the centerpiece of the new W. M. Keck Laboratory for High Throughput Atom-Scale Analysis, which will be the primary research center of Iowa State's Institute for...

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Polarizing Microscopes offer application adaptability.

Polarizing Microscopes offer application adaptability.

Model DM4500 P incorporates automated diaphragm, condenser, and light intensity settings as well as color-neutral intensity adjustment. Employing centerable 5-position objective nosepiece and 4-position POL incident light axis, DM2500 P features height-adjustable focus knobs and color-coded diaphragm assistant as well as built-in focus stop. Offered with one of 2 conoscopy modules, DM EP features...

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Inspection Scopes facilitate exploration and diagnosis.

Inspection Scopes facilitate exploration and diagnosis.

Allowing users to see into inaccessible places, ProVision(TM) fiber optic scopes are available in 5 cable lengths up to 96 in. Featuring ergonomically designed handle, scope's omni-directional cable will reach deep into walls, drains, vents, and engine blocks. Halogen lamp illuminates dark locations, while integrated focus ring enables smooth, continuous focusing. ProVision scopes are suited for...

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Stereomicroscopes feature zoom range of 16.4:1.

Stereomicroscopes feature zoom range of 16.4:1.

Suited for research in industrial materials and electronic components, Models SZX 16 and SZX 10 enable crystal-clear 3D observation and inspection down to detailed microstructure. Model SZX 16 offers 900 mm line pair resolution and Super Depth of Focus objectives, virtually eliminating image aberrations. To minimize fatigue, units feature ergonomically designed tilting trinocular observation...

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Imperial College London Unveils UK's First Titan (TM) S/TEM

World's Most Powerful Commercially-Available Microscope Provides Access to Atomic-Scale Data for Nanotechnology Research OCTOBER 18, 2006/Hillsboro, Ore.--Imperial College London has unveiled one of the UK's most powerful microscopes, the Titan(TM) 80-300 S/TEM from FEI. It is the world's most powerful commercially-available scanning/transmission electron microscopes and one of the only...

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