Microscopy and Imaging Solutions Showcased
19 Mar 2012

Carl Zeiss will be presenting their microscope systems for biomedical diagnosis and biomedical research at Arablab 2012. In addition, they will focus on high end material microscopy, including laser scanning confocal and scanning electron microscopy. Customers can bring their own samples for imaging and analysis.

The following systems will be on display:

Axio Lab.A1
For Bio-Medical Laboratories and Education.
Ergonomic, easy to operate with excellent image quality for versatile medical applications.

Axio Vert.A1 Bio
Choose from all standard contrasting techniques, including DIC, to investigate your cell cultures.

Axio Zoom.V16
Zoom-Microscopy – Bright Fluorescence in Large Sample Fields.
For the first time, Axio Zoom.V16 combines a 16x zoom with a high numerical aperture of NA 0.25.

SteREO Discovery.V8
Benefit from a visible increase in information in all biomedical and industrial applications and experience a new view.

LSM 700 at Axio Imager 2
A new standard in confocal microscopy. Based on tried-and-approved technology concepts, the system offers innovative solutions for image analyses of extraordinary sensitivity and quality.

ULTRA Series: Ultra High Resolution FE-SEM
For Nano-scale Compositional Analysis.
The ULTRA FE-SEM is the ultimate lab tool to meet the most demanding requirements from material science, life science and semiconductor applications.

To learn more visit booth #524 at the German Center.

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