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  Olympus SpinSR10 Super Resolution Imaging System with Improved Efficiency Delivers Clearer Images, Reduced Phototoxicity and is 3X Brighter

The Olympus high-sensitivity SpinSR10 super resolution microscope combines fast 0.005 seconds/frame acquisition speed and 120-nanometer super resolution with improvements that provide clearer images and three times the brightness of the standard SpinSR10 model. Super resolution microscopes are used in medical and biological research to observe the internal structure of cells in fine detail, and brightness and clarity are essential to image quality....

 

  Olympus cellSens 2.1 – Driving Research Forward Faster

Olympus cellSens 2.1 Driving research forward fasterHelping drive research forward at a faster rate, Olympus cellSens 2.1 speeds up image analysis with improved capabilities for flexible camera and microscope control. The updates ensure cellSens remains a powerful tool covering a wide range of applications and benefitting routine microscopy users as well as advanced imaging facilities....

 

  Olympus Image of the Year – Celebrating Art in Science

Olympus Image of the Year Celebrating art in scienceInspired by the beauty and breadth of images submitted for Image of the Year 2017, Olympus continues its quest for the best light microscopy art in 2018. For the chance to win a microscope or camera, applicants can now submit their best life science light microscopy imagesOlympus’ Image of the Year European Life Science Light Microscopy Award 2018 recognizes the very best in...

 

  Get Reliable Data Quickly with Olympus LEXT OLS5000

LEXT OLS5000Saving time with a four times higher scan speed, Olympus’ new confocal microscope improves efficiency in industrial inspection.

The LEXT OLS5000 combines 4K scanning and a large working distance with intuitive software to capture the shape of any sample under any angle. Olympus’ LEXT OLS5000 3D measuring laser microscope helps users reach the next level of metrology....

 

  Olympus SC180 - Every Detail at Every Magnification

Olympus SC180With unprecedented detail, especially at low magnifications, Olympus’ 18-megapixel SC180 camera facilitates precise sample documentation and audience engagement alike.

The SC180 is easy-to-use and cost-effective, reinforcing Olympus’ commitment to making 4K Microscopy the new standard. Optimised for sharing, documenting and publishing, the fast 18-megapixel SC180 camera uses the full optical resolution of the microscope and produces clear, crisp images at all magnifications....

 

  When Science Becomes Art – Olympus Image of the Year Award

Olympus is celebrating art in science with a competition to find the best light microscopy images taken in the EMEA region this year.

When science becomes artFor the chance to win a microscope, applicants can simply submit their best life science light microscopy images taken with Olympus equipment to the campaign website. Olympus’ Image of the Year European Life Science Light Microscopy Award recognizes the very best in life science imaging....

 

  Trust the Color – Olympus BX53 Microscope

Olympus’ new BX53 microscope with True Color LED provides bright, sharp images with excellent color rendering performance equivalent to halogen lamps.

olympusThe long-life LED light source is brighter and more uniform than a 100-watt halogen bulb – matching every contrast method and providing bright images to multi-head discussion systems for up to 26 people....

 

  Stay on Track with CellSens 1.17

Providing flexible object tracking to evaluate dynamic processes and a simplified GUI with 4K support, Olympus’ cellSens imaging software offers sophisticated solutions to extract more research data and save time in clinical laboratories.

May Stay on track with cellSensOlympus has released version 1.17 of its life science imaging software cellSens. The new cellSens features an automatic object tracking function – a dedicated solution to analyse and document dynamic processes within living samples....

 

  Olympus’ CX3 Series - get Comfortable in your Routine

Olympus’ ergonomic CX43 and CX33 microscopes deliver superior comfort and reduce fatigue during long periods of routine microscopy.

CX 33With a maintenance- and centring-free LED light source and a range of ergonomic features, the CX43 and CX33 are ideal for high-throughput, regular use. Combining exceptional user comfort with bright, uniform illumination, Olympus has launched two new microscopes optimised for long periods of routine observation....

 

  iF Awards Recognise Olympus’ Smart Microscope Design

Highlighting Olympus’ workflow-oriented design quality across its range of life science microscopes, the FLUOVIEW FV3000 and the CX23 microscope have been recognised with the international iF award for exceptional product design.

/iF awards recognise Olympus smart microscope designGlobally renowned as a symbol of design excellence, the iF design awards celebrate the best in user-focused, ergonomic and efficient design. With over 5,000 submissions from 70 countries, Olympus Scientific Solutions Division has received two of these prestigious awards for its CX23 upright microscope and FLUOVIEW FV3000 confocal laser scanning...

 

  Discover Intelligent Imaging with Olympus’ DP74 Camera

Olympus’ DP74 microscopy camera enhances return on investment by efficiently delivering sensitive fluorescence and brightfield imaging in one camera.

new DP74 color fluorescence microscope cameraWith a 60 frames per second live image and a 20.7 megapixel resolution it delivers a lifelike experience on-screen while also introducing intelligent features to make everyday operation faster and more convenient. Helping to save time and increase comfort at the microscope, Olympus’ new DP74 camera for brightfield and fluorescence delivers intelligent imaging....

 

  cellSens Software Pushes the Boundaries of Microscopes

Providing automatic panoramic images on any manual microscope and improving software and hardware integration, Olympus’ cellSens imaging software simply helps users do more

Olympus cellSens -Moving freely on a large sample while Instant MIA builds the final image in real-timeCommitted to fast and reliable image acquisition in life science, Olympus has updated its cellSens imaging software (now version 1.16). The update provides cost-effective solutions by expanding the capabilities of manual microscopes: fast, detailed, real-time panoramic imaging is now possible without an expensive motorised or encoded stage thanks to the Instant Multiple Image Alignment (Instant MIA) function....

 

  Standardising Cell Culture: New Olympus Confluency Checker Software

Expanding its range of systems to accelerate, standardise and document the cell culture workflow, Olympus has introduced its new CKX-CCSW cell confluency checker software, delivering accurate cell counts for quick and easy decision making.  

Olympus cell culture solutionsAccurate cell confluency measurements are now quick to perform on cell cultures with the Olympus CKX-CCSW confluency checker software. Without having to remove cells from the vessel, the software quantifies the exact growth density to quickly help scientists decide on the next step and optimise cultivation conditions. The new software complements the Olympus CKX53 cell culture microscope and Cell Counter...

 

  The New FLUOVIEW FV3000 – Faster, Simpler and Better Confocal Imaging

Olympus’ new FLUOVIEW FV3000 confocal laser scanning microscope combines high-performance imaging capabilities with ease of use so researchers in such fields as cell biology, cancer research and stem cell research can collect relevant imaging data quickly and easily.

FLUOVIEW FV3000Built for fast, stable and accurate measurements of biological reactions within living cells and tissues, Olympus’ FV3000 offers flexibility for all live-cell imaging applications, providing high-resolution images of structures and dynamic intracellular processes. Succeeding the well-established FV1200, the FV3000 is controlled via a new, intuitive software interface so even novice users can generate high-quality data and images...

 

  Streamlining Micro-Indentation Testing Reveals Mechanical Properties of Bone

Presenting a faster and more efficient alternative to electron microscopy, digital light microscopy has been advancing investigations into the mechanical properties of bone, as explored in a new application note from Olympus.

Olympus DSX500i at the University Medical Center Hamburg-EppendorfUnravelling the mechanical properties of bone with micro-indentation testing has significance in both health and disease. At the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Dr. Björn Busse and his research group have advanced their micro-indentation testing technique using an Olympus industrial inspection digital light microscope, as an alternative to electron microscopy. The cutting edge research is described in a new application...

 

  Advancing Cell Cultivation with the Olympus CKX53 Microscope

Merging novel phase contrast technologies, high quality imaging and user-friendly handling, the CKX53 microscope is optimised to enhance a variety of cell culture applications – from live cell observation and documentation to cell sampling and handling.

CKX53 microscopeStreamlining the cell culture workflow in a range of application areas, Olympus’ renowned optical expertise has given rise to the new CKX53 microscope including a novel inversion phase contrast (IVC) imaging technique. While a variety of capabilities enable the CKX53 to deliver high quality images over a wide field of view for live cell and fluorescence imaging, the system is also tailored to the cell culture process with optimised...

 

  Olympus Puts Well Plate Imaging into Focus

Olympus introduces its new Z-Drift Compensation IX3-ZDC2 system and updated cellSens software, for enhanced live cell and multi well plate imaging.

/custom/Olympus IX3 microscope frame with CellSens and ZDC2These new technologies deliver fast and accurate multi well time-lapse acquisition, stable focus during long time-lapse studies and an easier user interface. Taking well plate imaging to the next level, Olympus presents two innovative tools for the customisable IX3 inverted microscopes. The new IX3-ZDC2 module offers cutting-edge Olympus focal drift compensation technology, enabling accurate focus stability during long...

 

  Olympus Introduces 4K UHD to Microscopy with its UC90 Microscope Camera

The new noise-free UC90 microscope camera from Olympus features a large Field-of-View 9 megapixel CCD sensor, creating highly detailed images for on-screen evaluation and discussions with unprecedented clarity.

Olympus introduces 4K UHD to microscopyMaximising the information captured from life and materials science samples is now possible with ease and simplicity, with the new Olympus UC90 microscope camera. Thanks to a range of innovative features, the UC90 excels in capturing and documenting real-life details, while a 4K UHD mode supports scientists in overcoming the limitations of the oculars with the many benefits of complete on-screen operation. In-depth sample...

 

  Automatic Cell Counting in 15 Seconds - Olympus Cell Counter Model R1

Olympus has unveiled its new Cell Counter to enhance workflow productivity in cell culturing.

Olympus Cell Counter model R1The Cell Counter model R1 is a cost-effective solution that saves time and simplifies the cell counting process. Engineered with leading-edge technology in a portable design, the new Olympus Cell Counter model R1 offers user-friendly and cost-effective cell counting for routine cell culturing. Accurate cell counts are important for a variety of research applications, including regenerative and drug medicine. Rather than relying on a human operator to manually count...

 

  High-Speed FRAP Imaging for Fast In-Vivo Processes

Olympus introduces a flexible and accurate cellFRAP imaging platform specifically for the acquisition, monitoring and analysis of dynamic in-vivo processes by photomanipulation techniques. The easy-to-use platform delivers excellent optical performance and ”s-precise control.

Olympus cellFRAPEnabling the easy addition of photomanipulation techniques to imaging platforms, Olympus has launched a new cellFRAP deck system for the popular IX3 ‘open source concept’ IX83 and IX73 microscopes. Olympus cellFRAP is designed with researchers in mind, providing highly accurate and flexible live-cell photomanipulation with various evaluation options for data presentation needs. Unlike conventional widefield-based FRAP systems, Olympus’ cellFRAP...

 

  Comfortable, Compact, Clever – CX23 Microscope

Olympus has released the new CX23 microscope for outstanding reliability and ease-of-use in routine and educational microscopy.

CX23 microscope Every aspect of use has been taken into account during the design process providing an effortless user experience across all workflows. Enabling maximum comfort and ease-of-use for routine observations, the high-performing, ergonomically-designed, compact and robust CX23 microscope is packed full of well-considered, clever features to enhance every step of the workflow. Delivering Olympus’ renowned high-quality optics and featuring updates to increase portability...

 

  VS120 – Fast and Precise Fluorescence Slide Scanning

Olympus’ latest version of the VS120 virtual slide scanning systems provides fast and reliable whole slide scanning at outstanding image quality.

fluorescence slide scanningHigh resolution scanning is delivered via a range of features including a new scanning stage and support for a sensitive sCMOS camera, tailored to the needs of fluorescence scanning applications. Olympus’ award winning VS120 virtual slide systems have been updated to enable precision and accuracy in high-speed fluorescence and brightfield scanning – with the ability to scan a brightfield slide in under two minutes. The product range...

 

  FluoView FVMPE-RS multiphoton system - two new microscopes for live cell and in-vivo imaging

Olympus has announced the release of two new configurations of the FluoView FVMPE-RS multiphoton laser scanning microscope series - a Gantry microscope frame and an inverted microscope frame.

FluoView FVMPE-RS multiphoton laser scanning microscope seriesThe flagship offering in the range of Olympus biological microscopes, the FluoView FVMPE-RS series is widely used in life science research. Its high-speed scanner allows observation of ultra-rapid biological responses, and the system can obtain vivid images from as deep as 8 mm below the tissue surface....

 

  Accessible TIRF solutions for every application

Representing the latest in total internal reflection (TIRF) technology, the newly expanded Olympus cellTIRF family offers systems for all needs, including a new cost-effective one-line illuminator with motorised TIRF angle control.

Accessible TIRF solutions for every application Olympus expands its range of cellTIRF illuminators and accessories with the new economic one-line illuminator (cellTIRF-1L), which complements the high-end, 4- and 2-line (cellTIRF MITICO 4L/2L) illuminators. Ideally suited for use with laser combiners, the cellTIRF-1L with motorised TIRF angle control offers cost-effective flexibility for system builders. The new illuminator can also be used with 3rd party lasers and enables multi-fluorescence samples to be sequentially imaged at the same penetration depth. Control is effortlessly managed by software integration or via the Olympus Real-Time Controller (RTC) for accurate live cell imaging.

 

  Affordable, Reliable Quality Imaging with the SC50 Camera

High quality digital microscopy is now more accessible than ever with the new 5 Megapixel SC50 microscope camera from Olympus, bringing fast, Full HD live imaging and more to a host of routine applications.

SC50 CameraDesigned for the convenience of everyday use and ideal under low light conditions, the new 5 megapixel SC50 microscope camera from Olympus is built on the latest CMOS chip technology to deliver improved speed, sensitivity and resolution at a truly affordable price. Achieving Full HD images at 32 fps, high speed imaging with the SC50 captures and records dynamic events. The camera delivers clear, high quality images to nearly every kind of...

 

  History Uncovered with High-Resolution Light Microscopy

A new application note from Olympus explores how, moving into the future of cultural heritage research, the latest high-resolution light microscopy is rapidly advancing our knowledge of the past.

 History uncoveredDiscovering and understanding novel strategies for historic conservation, Dr Olivier Schalm’s research at the Department of Conservation Studies, University of Antwerp (Belgium), has benefited from the latest in high-resolution light microscopy with the Olympus DSX500 Opto-digital system. Introducing cutting-edge digital imaging technologies and retaining true colour information at magnifications of up to 4,000x, this approach has even...

 

  Crisp and fluid imaging for every need – Olympus Full HD cameras

Introducing the 5 megapixel DP27 and 3 megapixel DP22, Olympus presents its next generation of digital cameras for microscopy. Individual needs are met with multi-mode functionality, delivering Full-HD live images of unprecedented quality directly to the monitor.

Olympus Full HD Cameras - DP27Life-like digital microscopy is now a reality with the DP27 and DP22 digital cameras from Olympus. Both cameras deliver fluid imaging at Full-HD resolution via a USB 3.0 interface, and enable easy optimisation for each and every application with three distinct modes. With the next generation of Olympus digital microscopy camera, researchers can enjoy visualisation on a monitor that is virtually identical to that of the oculars....

 

  Olympus at Analytica: dedicated to light microscopy

Olympus will showcase its latest innovations at Analytica 2014, including a presentation on the new high-speed multiphoton excitation imaging system. Visitors can also experience the limitless possibilities of ‘open source’ microscopy and advances in live-cell imaging incubation.

Olympus FluoView FVMPE-RSDemonstrating the company’s commitment to advancing microscopy, Olympus will display its latest light microscopy systems and accessories at Analytica, hall A2, booth 309, April 1-4 Munich, Germany. The range of cutting-edge systems on show enables a myriad of new, and even unusual, life and materials science applications. Multiphoton microscopy presents a powerful tool within life science research achieving fundamental insights into the intricate and complex workings of biological systems. Pushing technology boundaries, Olympus has developed a new multiphoton excitation system, the FluoView FVMPE-RS....

 

  Virtual microscope images at your fingertips

Olympus launches its OlyVIA Mobile iPad App, an image viewer dedicated to virtual slides.

Olympus OlyVIA Mobile iPad App

Allowing fast and easy-to-use remote viewing, the free-to-download app conveniently displays large brightfield as well as multidimensional fluorescence images. Researchers and educators are now able to access their entire library of virtual microscope images with just a tap of the finger on the OlyVIA Mobile iPad App. Free to download from the iTunes App Store, the app is designed for images captured with the Olympus VS120 virtual slide scanning system....

 

  Expert solutions for microscope component integration

Olympus has launched its “Microscope Components for Integration” website, providing equipment manufacturers and system integrators with easy access to expert microscope component solutions for streamlined system development and construction.

Olympus Component Business Website

When projects call for a high level of technical expertise and consultancy, the Olympus Component Business team (part of Olympus Microscopy) provides personalised component solutions facilitating reduced product development time. The comprehensive range of products and services can now be discovered online with the new “Microscope Components for Integration” website and serve a wide range of markets, including industrial inspection, spectroscopic analysis, metrology, life science and medical analytics...

 

  The new Olympus multiphoton system FVMPE-RS

The new Olympus FluoView FVMPE-RS, a dedicated multiphoton microscope system, enables high-precision, ultra-fast scanning and stimulation, allowing researchers to see deep within specimens, take measurements at the highest speeds, and capture images, even when working under the most demanding conditions.

High precision deep imaging multiphoton FVMPE-RS SystemWith its high speed and precision performance, the FVMPE-RS is designed for electrophysiology and optogenetics studies. It is also a good match for applications such as high-speed calcium and in vivo imaging, peristalsis and blood flow studies, mosaic imaging, connectomics and functional brain imaging, stem cell research, and any field that requires precise colocalisation, uncaging, simultaneous imaging/stimulation, extensive real-time signal processing, or multipoint mapping....

 

  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 microscope frames, optimised for life science research.

Olympus IX3 rangeDemonstrating the very latest in live cell imaging technologies, Olympus will exhibit its range of IX3 inverted microscope frames with associated software and accessories at the upcoming European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) Meeting 2013, taking place in Amsterdam on 21-24 September. Delegates of the “Seeing is Believing –Imaging the Processes of Life” Symposium hosted by EMBO in collaboration with the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), which takes place on the 3-6 October in Heidelberg (Germany), will also have the chance to discover how the Olympus open source microscopy concept is advancing live cell imaging...

 

  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 of a range of pathology applications, the systems ensure robust diagnosis and discovery alongside ergonomic operation.    

Olympus BX3 series and VS120Enhancing the workflow of research and diagnostic centres alike, the latest range of Olympus pathology microscope systems and accessories will be on show at the 25th European Congress of Pathology (ECP) 2013, 31 August – 4 September in Lisbon, Portugal. Delegates can visit booth 14 to view the Olympus BX3 range of upright microscopes and the Olympus VS120 virtual slide scanner...

 

  Extended flexibility and performance in live cell imaging

Olympus introduces new advanced optical modules for increased flexibility in its inverted microscope frame design.

Olympus IX3 swappable deck designThe IX3 series can now be further optimised for a wider range of live cell imaging applications including in vitro fertilisation, with motorised functionality for accuracy and easy operation. Extending the capabilities of the fully customisable IX3 inverted microscope frame, Olympus has expanded its range of compatible, interchangeable optical modules. Ease-of-use and accuracy are vastly improved via new motorised components, which also present a cost-efficient means to gradually upgrade to a fully motorised microscope system....

 

 

  Workflow-orientated incubation for live cell imaging

Olympus continues to expand the capabilities of its IX3 inverted microscope frames with the launch of cellVivo - a new, modular and flexible incubation system, including darkroom and laser-safety capabilities.

Olympus cellVivo

Fully adaptable for basic and high-end IX3 microscope systems alike, cellVivo offers precise control of environmental conditions, as well as user-friendly remote monitoring. Designed with the complete workflow in mind, Olympus has launched itscellVivo incubation system, for precise and ergonomic environmental control of advanced live cell imaging. Following the modular approach of the IX3 range of inverted microscope frames, cellVivo is based on a “one size fits all” concept, with adaptors for various IX73 and IX83 frame types, circumventing the need for multiple incubation systems for distinct microscope configurations...

 

  Easy to use imaging and analysis with cellSens 1.8

Olympus enhances its core cellSens life science imaging and analysis software with the release of version 1.8. New customisable interface and improved support for multi well plates enhance the user experience.

Olympus cellSens 1.8.Focusing on ease of use for routine applications, the latest cellSens software release, version 1.8, offers flexible and user-centric imaging, processing, analysing and reporting. New and enhanced functions include a fully customisable user interface, precise frame-by-frame sample navigation and easy one-button switching between wells. For a wide range of life science applications, cellSens provides easy control of the workflow. The software binds together Olympus frames, cameras and high-quality optics to form complete, highly precise and user-friendly microscopy systems....

 

  Evolving high content screening with the IX83 inverted microscope frame

Olympus has expanded the scope of its most advanced IX83 inverted microscope frame, incorporating the scan^R 2.4 high content screening station for greater flexibility and increased scan speeds in a range of cell-based assays

Olympus scanR 2.4The scan^R 2.4 high content screening station is the latest addition to the growing collection of microscopy systems based upon the new IX3 high-end inverted microscope frame. Thanks to its unique “open source” design concept, the IX3 is offering a completely modular and flexible approach to live cell imaging. Built around a swappable deck design, optical modules can be easily exchanged into the accessible infinite light path, moulding the IX3 microscope to the diverse requirements of the user. The updated Olympus scan^R 2.4 high content screening station can now be incorporated with the most advanced model of the IX3 range, the fully automated IX83, combining benefits of a modular frame design with increased scan speed...

 

  Open Source Microscope Concept presented at FOM

Olympus presents various systems based on the unique, flexible IX3 inverted microscope frame series. The systems will highlight easy-to-use adaptability of the new microscope concept from routine observation through to advanced imaging techniques

IX3-Family_stage-imageOlympus will exhibit their IX3 inverted microscope systems for live cell applications in booth 46-48 at the Focus on Microscopy 2013 (FOM) annual conference in Maastricht, Netherlands, 24th-27th of March. The new open source frame concept has been designed around an infinite light path made easily accessible with interchangeable optical modules that can be swapped in and out of the light path, enabling the creation of various distinct systems on one inverted microscope frame...

 

  Instantaneous imaging, without the need for a computer

The Olympus DP26 standalone camera controller, for rapid sample browsing and data capture

The Olympus DP26 standalone camera controllerOlympus has released a new standalone controller for the 5 megapixel DP26 camera. Using the controller, it is possible to view samples and capture images directly on a monitor screen with no need for a dedicated computer. This means the system can be used to capture images in mere seconds, rather than having to start a PC. Small and lightweight, the unit can be easily transferred between laboratories, takes up very little bench space and provides intuitive control of the DP26 camera’s functions. Images can be saved to a USB memory stick via the inbuilt USB port or to a networked drive via Ethernet connection, and can be viewed using the on-screen menu...

 

  Olympus releases new unique camera combining dedicated colour and monochrome chips

The dual-sensor DP80 for high resolution, quality colour images together with sensitive detection across a range of life science applications

Olympus DP80 cameraOlympus has launched the DP80, a unique microscopy camera for both colour documentation and fluorescent detection. Combining a colour and monochrome chip within the same housing, the DP80 provides high resolution brightfield imaging alongside sensitive photon detection. With versatile functionality, the control software permits rapid and automatic exchange between the chips, without switching camera or optical path...

 

  Olympus’ SCALEVIEW microscope objective lenses earn three prestigious awards in just a few months

Game-changing multiphoton optics for deeper tissue imaging

Olympus XLPLN_25X Objective

The new line of Olympus SCALEVIEW multiphoton microscope objectives, which allow researchers to see far deeper into tissue than was ever possible before, has earned three prestigious life science product awards. The 25x Olympus 4mm (NA 1.0) and 8mm (NA 0.9) SCALEVIEW microscope objectives allow researchers to create highly accurate 3D structural representations of tissue from intact specimens by offering detailed, crisp images over super-long working distances. The prizes include the prestigious 2012 R&D 100 Award and the Gold Edison Award in the Science/Medical category...

 

  Confocal imaging and cellular stimulation with minimal phototoxicity

Olympus has released the new FluoView FV1200 confocal laser scanning microscope, optimised for live cell imaging

Confocal imaging and cellular stimulation with minimal phototoxicityThe new system uniquely combines the accuracy of the newly engineered IX83 frame with enhanced fluorescence sensitivity and simultaneous laser stimulation of cells, making it ideal for advanced life science applications such as FRAP, FLIP and photo-activation. In particular, the new highly-reflective, silver-coated galvanometer scanning mirrors and dual channel GaAsP FluoView PMT module both act to maximise light transfer and detection. This allows for reduced laser power, protecting against the effects of photobleaching and phototoxicity...

 

  New Olympus Life Science Microscopy website and QR code system offers intuitive, application-focused navigation

Interactive media for targeted and fast information access

Web EnhancementsAs part of its promise to provide world-class service, Olympus has enhanced its website to guarantee comprehensive, accessible and tailored support for all customers. Based on extensive market research and customer feedback, Olympus completely redesigned its website for life science microscopy. It now offers customers an interactive resource, enabling them to navigate in an application-focused manner towards the products and services that are best suited for their individual requirements...

 

  Olympus VS120 virtual slide scanning system earns three awards at the prestigious second International Scanner Contest

The Olympus VS120 Slide Scanning System has earned three first place awards at the prestigious second International Scanner Contest (ISC), which took place in Berlin earlier this year

VS120 AwardsThe advanced technology of the VS120 creates a “virtual slide”, a high resolution image of the complete specimen that can be electronically stored on a central server for simultaneous viewing anywhere in the world, at a range of magnifications. Awards were obtained in the fields of Colour and Precision, Fluorescence 20X, and Fluorescence 40X. Exhibiting unsurpassed performance in fluorescence microscopy, combined with...

 

  Advancing materialographic automation

Obtain a fully integrated workflow with OLYMPUS Stream 1.8

OLYMPUS Stream Motion user interface Olympus today launched the latest version of its highly successful OLYMPUS Stream materials science microscopy imaging software family. OLYMPUS Stream 1.8 provides new and improved features, enhancing the overall capabilities of the software to help users fully integrate and automate their workflows. Users will benefit from the advanced automation of a multiple stage location engine, extended data management, new measurement options and new additions to the optional Materials Solutions: Particle Distribution, Porosity, Throwing Power and Phase Analysis. These Materials Solutions enable users to build a fully guided, or even automated, system to precisely match the needs of their materialographic analysis...

 

  Benefit from even more advanced material science imaging and analysis with the LEXT OLS4000 software version 2.2

Staying at the forefront of optical metrology

Olympus logoSetting a new standard of performance in measuring technology, Olympus has released an updated version of its LEXT OLS4000 confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM) software. Compatible with Windows 7, 64 bit operation, the LEXT software version 2.2 allows users to capture high resolution images up to 10 times faster than the previous version. In addition, the new 3D multilayer function can measure transparent layers, allowing the accurate measurement and subsequent analysis of multiple layers within a single sample...

 

  The next generation of inverted microscope systems has arrived

The new Olympus IX3 series with intuitive ease-of-use and flexible ‘open access’ light path

Olympus IX3 seriesOlympus has released the innovative new IX3 series of inverted research microscope systems for effortless, intuitive live cell imaging and clinical analysis. This includes the fully automated IX83 for high-end research applications, the flexible IX73, which can be configured in manual, semi-motorised or motorised modes, and the easy-to-use IX53 with fluorescent capabilities, which is optimised for the routine examination of tissue samples. Built using worldwide customer feedback and designed to meet the needs of a wide range of users, the new systems offer exceptional ease-of-use and unprecedented optical flexibility via a new, customisable light path...

 

  Olympus announces major cellSens software release

cellSens 1.7 offers multi-well imaging, HDR, 2D deconvolution, real-time control and more

cellSens 1.7 Olympus has announced a new release of its powerful and flexible cellSens software (now version 1.7), offering a range of new benefits that allow any user to generate expert results, regardless of experience level. These include the brand new ‘Well Navigator’ Solution, which opens up a new world of flexible, multi-well imaging experiments. cellSens 1.7 also offers High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging for the perfect exposure of challenging samples, 2D deconvolution for maximising image clarity and a new database model for streamlining the management of large data repositories with many users...

 

  New Olympus NA 1.7 APON100×HOTIRF objective lens gives excellent Z-resolution for TIRF microscopy High quality single molecule imaging and analysis in cells

Olympus NA 1.7 APON100×HOTIRF objective lensOlympus, a leading manufacturer of professional opto-digital products, has launched the NA 1.7 APON100×HOTIRF objective for the imaging of intracellular molecules.  With a world record-breaking numerical aperture (NA) of 1.7, the objective achieves the highest Z-resolution ever recorded for a Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscope. The benefits for research using TIRF microscopy include extremely thin penetration depth and high signal-to-noise ratio, making the lens ideal for single molecule dynamic studies and super resolution applications...

 

  European launch of new microscope systems to be held at the EMC 2012 in Manchester Olympus has announced that it will be launching a totally re-engineered line of  highly customisable inverted microscope systems for life science research at the European Microscopy Congress (EMC) 2012 in Manchester, UK

Olympus logoAs well as hosting a booth at the show, Olympus plan to demo some of its systems in the RMS learning zone at the meeting. This area is specifically designed to provide scientists and technicians with the opportunity to learn from commercial application specialists, as well as their academic peers. The company will also be hosting several breakout workshops at EMC 2012, where Olympus experts will be discussing the range of exciting applications the new systems will offer - seating will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis, so please arrive promptly to avoid disappointment...

 

  The Olympus DSX portfolio – a new era of industrial opto-digital microscopy Discover a new dimension DSX100 free-angle wide zoom microscopeOlympus has today launched its new family of opto-digital microscopes; the DSX series. Through the combination of advanced optics, electronics and Olympus's renowned expertise, the DSX microscopes provide users with superb operating simplicity, and absolute performance reliability. Consisting of three models: the DSX100 free-angle wide zoom microscope, the DSX500 high resolution upright microscope and the DSX500i high resolution inverted microscope, Olympus can provide a complete inspection system to meet the needs of applications across R&D and quality control. These include inspection and analysis within the automotive industry, palaeontology, geology, PCB manufacture, fibre structure, micro-channels, metallography and the geometry of small parts...

 

  Looking deeper into intact samples Olympus SCALEVIEW 8000Olympus has introduced the new XLSLPLN25XSVMP SCALEVIEW 25x objective lens with an 8 mm working distance, enabling the deep imaging of tissues, without the need for potentially damaging micro-dissections. Designed for use with the SCALEVIEW-A2 clearing reagent, this new objective lens enables crisp and clear imaging of structures, such as neurons extending 8 mm deep into tissues, much further than possible before. Optimised for use with the Olympus FluoView FV1000MPE multiphoton microscope, users can obtain a complete system which avoids the occurrence of artefacts due to slicing, thus enabling you to be confident in the biological relevance of your findings...

 

  Meet industry standards with the OLYMPUS Stream non-metallic inclusions Solution The OLYMPUS Stream Materials Solutions provide additional functionality which is tailored to the needs of individual metallurgic applications. Enabling you to easily capture and analyse any image quickly and precisely, you can learn about the non-metallic inclusions (NMI) Solution in Olympus's new educational demo video. Designed to be easy to use for beginners and experienced users alike, you can accurately assess the quality of the steel ahead of manufacturing...

 

  Olympus MicroProbe Objective lenses for studying biological processes in living animals with minimal surgery Olympus MPO lensesOlympus today released its unique MicroProbe Objective (MPO) lenses for studying the internal biology of living organisms. The two new water-immersion lenses, namely the 27x magnification IV-OB35F22W20 and the 20x IV-OB13F20W20, have an innovative needle-like design, with the lenses housed in tips measuring 3.5 mm and 1.3 mm in diameter. This means they can be inserted into very small surgical excisions, facilitating in vivo imaging without significantly disrupting the natural state of the tissue or organ being investigated...

 

  OLYMPUS Stream Solutions provide you with the perfect recipe to determine steel quality OLYMPUS Stream SolutionsThe OLYMPUS Stream Solutions enable you to easily capture and analyse any image for your niche applications quickly, precisely and in compliance with common international standards. Detailed in an educational demo video, the Grain Sizing Solutions are easy to use for beginners and experienced users alike, enabling you to accurately determine the quality of your steel. The Solutions are optional component to the OLYMPUS Stream software, which provides you with a completely intuitive workflow interface to accurately image and measure the microstructure of any sample....

 

  Olympus releases a new GaAsP non-descanned photodetector for highly sensitive photon detection and fluorescence imaging with the FluoView FV1000MPE Olympus GaAsP detectorOlympus has released the new FV10MP-BXD-GAP photodetector for enhanced sensitivity when performing multi-photon fluorescence imaging. The new non-descanned detector unit is ideal for capturing very faint fluorescence signals and for minimising the laser power required to generate a detectable signal, making it the best choice for advanced life science research. Exceptional sensitivity is achieved by coating the photoelectric surface of the detector with Gallium Arsenide Phosphide (GaAsP), which offers superior quantum efficiency compared to conventional PMTs...

 

  Olympus releases the new CX22 series of microscopes for use in educational and routine microscopy lympus CX22Olympus has today released the new CX22 microscopes for routine and educational microscopy. Building on the success of the CX21 series of microscopes, the CX22 series feature significant improvements for convenient microscopic observations. Without compromising on image quality, these microscopes provide a bigger field of view and increased flexibility when it comes to altering the height of the eye point. The quick and easy setting of different viewing heights makes this microscope series perfect for use in an educational setting where users are changing frequently...

 

  Look deep into your samples, without the need for sectioning SCALEVIEW application image mouse hippocampusOlympus has released the new XLPLN25XSVMP SCALEVIEW 25x objective lens (NA 1.0) for the deep imaging of thick biological samples. The revolutionary SCALEVIEW approach was developed in collaboration with the RIKEN Brain Institute in Japan, where it allowed researchers to create highly accurate 3D structural representations of brain tissue. Until now, the use of such samples has been limited by the effects of tissue opacity and light scattering. To counter this, the new objective has a super-long-working-distance of 4mm and works alongside Olympus's new SCALEVEW-A2 clearing agent, which renders samples nearly translucent while preserving fluorescent signals...

 

  Olympus releases the multi-purpose DP73 and DP73WDR digital cameras for brightfield and fluorescence microscopy Olympus DP73 CameraOlympus has today released the new ultra resolution DP73 and DP73WDR digital cameras, for quality without compromise in brightfield and fluorescence imaging. The new multi-purpose cameras leverage Olympus's expertise in pixel shift sensors and high-end consumer DSLR camera design to generate extremely detailed and accurately coloured images. This is achieved using the company's new ‘3CCD mode' and ‘Fine Detail Process' technologies. In addition, the DP73WDR employs the Olympus WiDER (Wide Dynamic Range) technology to ensure that each specific image area is always optimally exposed, regardless of any differences in intensity...

 

  Olympus helps to increase reliability and accuracy in optical metrology Olympus LEXT OLS4000 The Olympus LEXT OLS4000 is being used for the development of good practice guidelines and new calibration standards in optical metrology. These reference standards are being developed by a team led by Professor Richard Leach, Principal Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL). Preliminary data, presented by Professor Leach at the 10th International Symposium on Measurement Technology and Intelligent Instruments (ISMTII) demonstrated that these calibration standards will help users to...

 

  Don’t fight to get the light right Olympus BX3 systems with true colour LED illumination Olympus provides its versatile, powerful BX3 clinical microscope systems for analysis and disease diagnosis in pathology and cytology. The systems take advantage of Olympus's new true colour LED illumination technology and built in Light Intensity Manager (LIM) to create images with accurately rendered colours. Histological and cytological stains appear exactly the same under the true colour LED as they do under daylight filtered halogen...

 

  Obtain outstanding sample fidelity with the new Olympus SC100 digital colour camera Olympus SC100 digital colour camera Olympus has introduced the new, easy-to-use SC100 digital colour camera for high quality brightfield imaging, especially where optimal colour reproduction and superior resolution are required. The 10.5 megapixels sensor of the SC100 allows samples to be investigated in minute detail, particularly when using a low magnification objective. This frees users from needing to take multiple, high magnification images of a sample to preserve resolution...

 

  Fast, fluid and natural microscopy using your computer monitor Olympus DP26 cameraOlympus has released the new DP26, a five megapixel colour digital camera optimised for viewing, documentation, reporting and analysis using your microscope. The new camera is ideal for browsing a sample using the monitor, utilising a rapid progressive scan readout that provides fluid, natural panning and focusing, and avoids distracting artefacts. This removes the physical strain imposed by using the eyepieces, improving user comfort and efficiency...

 

  The solution to high quality fluorescent image deconvolution The Olympus BX63 microscope systems for life science researchOlympus' new BX3 microscope systems are designed with the user in mind to maximise the quality of fluorescence images captured as part of life science research projects. The high-end BX63 system comfortably handles day-to-day applications, while boasting a range of advanced features to satisfy the most complex of needs, including rapid deconvolution of fluorescent Z-stack images...

 

  The Olympus VS120 virtual slide system for digitising slides at high magnification Olympus VS120 virtual slide systemOlympus has released the latest version of its virtual slide (VS) product range, the VS120. The system can rapidly scan a slide in less than two minutes, creating a digital ‘virtual slide' that is an exact copy of the original. This is easily created and navigated using an intuitive graphical interface. The new unit provides semi-automatic and manual focusing modes for working with challenging samples, enhanced image clarity using the new Sample Detection Mask for automatic slide scanning, and increased optimisation of user workflow....

 

  Olympus introduces silicon immersion objectives for life science imaging Silicon Objective UPlanSApo 60xOlympus has introduced two new silicon oil-immersion objectives, the UPLSAPO30xS and UPLSAPO60xS. The new lenses are ideal for live cell experiments, particularly those investigating thick samples or requiring long-term imaging. Users can generate bright images at higher resolution, as silicon oil significantly improves optical performance in comparison to conventional oil- or water-based approaches...

 

  Enhancing Microscope Imaging and Analysis OlympusOlympus has launched the cellSens 1.5 software platform, the latest in its line of industry-leading applications for capturing and analyzing microscope images. cellSens 1.5 features Windows 7 64-bit operation. It fully integrates all the imaging and analysis capabilities of such microscopes as the newly introduced fully motorized Olympus BX63 microscope, along with all previously supported Windows 7-compatible hardware and accessories...

 

  Outstanding success of international metrology conference and exhibition Advancing optical metrology Olympus attended the recent International Conference on Metrology and Properties of Engineering Surfaces, where it displayed its advanced measuring confocal laser scanning microscopy, the LEXT OLS4000. Hosted by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the event was highly successful with a record number of delegates in attendance...

 

  New updates to the Olympus FV10-ASW software extend FluoView FV1000 and FV1000MPE laser scanning capabilities Advancing FluoView functionalityOlympus has introduced FV10-ASW 3.0, the latest version of its software for the FluoView FV1000 range of confocal laser scanning microscopes (cLSM) and Fluoview FV1000MPE (multiphoton excitation) systems. By incorporating high dynamic range imaging (HDRI), a greater dynamic range of fluorescence between the lightest and darkest areas of a sample is obtained. Furthermore, signal to noise ratios are minimised, enabling clear, highly resolved images to be easily captured...

 

  Olympus keeps you focused on your research Olympus IX81 microscope with the new ZDC2 Z-Drift compensation Olympus has today announced the release of the inverted IX81 microscope with ZDC2 Z-Drift compensation system. This next generation solution ensures that your samples are always in focus, providing extremely sharp images. The two modes, continuous and ‘one-shot', enable the completion of any time-lapse experiments...

 

  Olympus showcases the latest version of its Olympus Stream materials science microscopy imaging software at Control, Stuttgart Olympus Stream 1.6 Olympus has launched the latest version of its highly successful Olympus Stream materials science microscopy imaging software family. Olympus Stream 1.6 provides a number of new and improved features, which not only increase workflow efficiency, but also enhance the overall capabilities of the software. Olympus Stream 1.6 is now compatible with the Microsoft Windows 7, 64 bit, operating system, making it fully compatible with all new computer systems...

 

  Setting new standards in optical metrology Olympus LEXT OLS4000The Olympus LEXT OLS4000 is being used as a benchmark tool for the development of good practice guidelines and new reference standards in optical metrology. With both of these projects being detailed at the upcoming 13th International Conference on Metrology and Properties of Engineering Surfaces, hosted by the National Physics Laboratory (NPL) at Twickenham Stadium, Olympus is at the forefront of developments in metrology. The LEXT OLS4000 has therefore aided the development of various tools to improve the reliability and usability of optical metrology techniques...

 

  Advancing optical metrology Olympus LEXT OLS4000 Olympus has today announced that it will be exhibiting at the 13th International Conference on Metrology and Properties of Engineering Surfaces. Hosted by the National Physics Laboratory (NPL), the conference will take place from 12 - 15 April 2011 at the Twickenham Stadium in London...

 

  The Olympus cellSens Dimension Count & Measure Solution module for automated image analysis Olympus Count & Measure Solution module for the cellSens Dimension software suiteOlympus has announced the release of its Count & Measure Solution module for the cellSens Dimension software suite. The new module makes it simple to design and automate image analysis protocols by providing advanced object detection and structure differentiation. This maximises accuracy and reproducibility while minimising the time users must devote to manual image processing...

 

  The Olympus BX63 microscope system provides unrivalled power, flexibility and comfort The Olympus BX63 microscope system provides unrivalled power, flexibility and comfortOlympus has announced the release of the BX63 microscope system, the top-of-the-range model of the powerful BX3 portfolio. BX3 microscope systems are built by your needs, with a modular, customisable design that makes them flexible enough to be adjusted to different experimental requirements, while providing inherent future-proof adaptability...

 

  Taking good care of your images Olympus cellSens Dimension Database Solution module Olympus has today announced the release of its Database Solution module for the cellSens Dimension software suite. The module will simplify user workflow management, making it easier to capture, process and securely store images along with a variety of searchable and customisable metadata. With the ability to act as a client-server platform, indexed files and data can be shared across a network, with access and modification rights secured by password protection

 

  Obtaining sharper, clearer images - The Olympus cellSens Dimension deconvolution solution module for advanced de-blurring The Olympus cellSens deconvolution solutionThe Olympus cellSens deconvolution solution module employs a constrained iterative (CI) algorithm to remove out-of-focus blur in advanced life science imaging. This high-speed operation provides extremely sharp images, as well as near confocal quality, with the ability to correct for any spherical aberrations. Integrating seamlessly with the cellSens Dimension software, outstanding performance and quality are guaranteed

 

  Olympus introduces new clinical microscopy software Olympus labSens software Olympus has now introduced labSens - a complete documentation package for clinical and research imaging. The software provides a workflow-oriented user interface, ensuring that the key functions for digital imaging, analysis and documentation are clearly presented and easy to use. This is achieved by seamlessly combining the new Olympus BX3 clinical microscopes with digital-imaging cameras, as well as automation components, to provide the perfect conduit between the user, the process and the microscope system.

 

  Olympus microscopy software moves into pole position olympusOlympus has released the Multi-position Solution module for its cellSens Dimension software. The module works in tandem with the cellSens Dimension Multiple Image Alignment (MIA) tool to facilitate the simple creation of high-resolution, panoramic images capable of covering the complete microscope stage. The Multi-position software puts the user in the best position possible to accurately and automatically investigate large or complicated samples without sacrificing magnification power or image quality.

 

  Elevating your microscopy to the next dimension Olympus LogoOlympus has released the Multichannel 5D Solution module for its cellSens Dimension software. This module will simplify even the most complicated microscopy experiment, by providing advanced, automated acquisition of Z-stacks, multiple fluorescence channels and time-lapse series. Able to seamlessly integrate with other Olympus hardware and software platforms, the new module provides a level of adaptability that will take microscopy studies to the next level.

 

  Olympus introduces new clinical microscopy software Olympus has recently launched labSensOlympus has recently launched labSens - a complete documentation package for clinical and research imaging. Showcased at Biotechnica this year, the software provides a workflow-oriented user interface, ensuring that the key functions for digital imaging, analysis and documentation are clearly presented and easy-to-use.

 

  Introducing extended configurations to the FluoView FV1000 and Fluoview FV1000MPE Olympus has introduced advanced laser sharing and dual port SIM scanning capabilities to its FluoView FV1000 confocal laser scanning and FluoView FV1000MPE multiphoton laser scanning microscopes. Providing effective and efficient methods of increasing flexibility, these modules enable users to perform a diverse range of applications, without the need to invest in additional imaging systems

 

  Built by your needs: Olympus introduces the new BX3 Microscope Series Olympus introduces the new BX3 Microscope SeriesThe new BX3 series sets a new standard in upright clinical and research microscopy. Thanks to its modularity the BX3 adapts to user requirements and applications even if they change over the years - an upright microscope system built by your needs.

 

  Olympus releases v1.4 of its peerless Stream materials science microscopy imaging software Olympus has today launched an update for the highly successful Stream materials science microscopy imaging software family. Stream v1.4 provides a number of new and improved features, which not only increase workflow efficiency, but also enhance the overall capabilities of the software. Importantly, Stream v1.4 and the associated Olympus hardware components are now compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, and there is improved interfacing with Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 programmes.

 

  The Olympus cellSens dimensions deconvolution solution module for advanced de-blurring The Olympus cellSens deconvolution solution module employs a constrained iterative (CI) algorithm to remove out-of-focus blur in advanced life science imaging.

 

  Olympus VS110 wins two awards at the European Scanner Contest Olympus has recently won two awards at the first European Scanner Contest, which took place from the 25th - 29th May in Berlin, running parallel to the 94th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Pathology. With categories in quality, mass scanning and cytology, the Olympus VS110-S5 was the clear winner of two of the three quality awards: scanning mixed slides at 20x and 40x (0.16 ”m).

 

  Analyzing intracellular molecular diffusion Olympus has today introduced the new Diffusion Measurement module for Olympus ASW 2.1 software. Designed specifically for use with the Olympus FluoView FV1000 confocal microscope system for live cell imaging, this new software module provides users with the flexibility to undertake three different types of diffusion study: point fluorescence correlation spectroscopy; raster scan image correlation spectroscopy (RICS) and fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP).

 

  NPL using Olympus LEXT OLS4000 to develop areal surface texture measuring standards Olympus has today announced that the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is using its LEXT OLS4000 in a project to establish good practice guidelines for the calibration of 3D/areal surface texture measuring instruments. The NPL project will establish robust and easy to use calibration steps and reference standards for all the major areal surface measurement instrumentation technologies, with the LEXT chosen as the reference imaging confocal microscope.

 

  Introducing the new Olympus cellSens life science imaging software Olympus has introduced the new cellSens software for life science imaging applications. Consisting of three different packages: cellSens Entry, cellSens Standard and cellSens Dimension, all user requirements can be met with ease. Incorporating a unique user-definable interface, the imaging process can be personalised from start to finish, for complete control over the entire experiment.

 

  Olympus introduces new super-corrected 60x objective Olympus has introduced the new PLAPON 60xOSC objective lens with an NA of 1.4, offering outstanding levels of chromatic aberration correction for life science imaging applications. This super-corrected objective is designed for excellent fluorescence imaging down to an unprecedented 405 nm. It is therefore ideal for use in cell biology and neuroscience, as well as any applications requiring lasers for inter- and intra-cellular imaging of biological specimens.

 

  TIRF Perfection – even, equal & simultaneous Longstanding TIRF microscopy specialist Olympus has today introduced the new advanced cell^TIRF system as part of its newly launched xcellence live cell fluorescence imaging station. Olympus cell^TIRF enables ultra sensitive simultaneous multi-colour total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy offering 4 laser channels with independent beam paths.

 

  FRAP for all – from easy to advanced photo-manipulation in one new flexible system Olympus has today introduced the new advanced cell^FRAP system as part of its newly launched xcellence live cell fluorescence imaging station. Olympus cell^FRAP offers easy and ”sec fast real-time photobleaching and photomanipulation experiments with hardware-based device synchronisation.

 

  Pushing the Boundaries of Fluorescence Imaging Olympus has introduced a new, highly versatile, range of cutting-edge research microscope systems. The Olympus xcellence line covers advanced live cell techniques such as real-time high-speed imaging,

 

  A virtual slide system for multiple applications – the new Olympus VS110 Olympus has introduced a new improved version of its highly successful dotSlide virtual slide system. The new VS110 combines microscopy seamlessly with imaging to create a virtual slide that is an exact copy of the real specimen.

 

  Olympus Introduces new DP21 digital microscopy camera for life-science and materials microscopy Olympus has introduced the new DP21 digital microscopy camera for high-definition (HD) image capture. Suitable for use in life science and materials microscopy.

 

  Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy - Made Easy Olympus has introduced the all-in-one FSX100 fluorescence microscope system to enable even the most inexperienced users to create high-end research images.

 

  New FluoView FV10i Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope from Olympus The new Olympus FluoView FV10i confocal laser scanning microscope system brings a whole new level of accessibility to confocal microscopy. It is designed to remove all of the complex steps involved in setting-up and using confocal microscopes, ensuring that users can concentrate on the images and data without any prior expertise.

 

  Automated data capture provides enhanced reproducibility New encoders provide automatic magnification detection for Olympus SZX2 Range zoom stereo microscopes

 

  Olympus enters cooperation to assist users of optical measurement equipment in deciding the best strategy LEXT OLS4000 aids development of reference standards in a project for an optical assistance system

 

  Olympus introduces the dotSlide 2.1 virtual microscopy system

Olympus has introduced its cutting-edge dotSlide 2.1 virtual microscopy system, offering advanced functionality with outstanding image quality. Available in three different models, this flexible and efficient system enables the virtual overview of an entire slide to be displayed in perfect quality on-screen.

 

  New LightManager and Nosepiece Encoder modules for greater efficiency - Expanded Functionality for Olympus BX2 Microscopes Olympus has introduced the exciting new LightManager module for its BX41 and BX51 upright microscopes.