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  Stunning Weevil Eye Wins Forty-Fourth Annual Nikon Small World Competition

The breath-taking winners of the 44th annual competition unveil the microscopic beauty hidden from the naked eye. Nikon Instruments Inc. has announced the winners of the forty-fourth annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. First place was awarded to Emirati photographer Yousef Al Habshi, who sees the eyes as the windows to stunning insect artwork and research. The 2018 winning image captures part of the compound eyes and surrounding greenish scales of an Asian Red Palm weevil....


  Nikon launches world’s largest zoom range and highest resolution research stereos

A landmark in stereomicroscope evolution

Live zebrafishThe all new Nikon SMZ25 and SMZ18 stereomicroscopes have evolved to meet the increasing needs for imaging systems that range from single cells to whole organisms. Featuring a large zoom ratio of 25:1 for the SMZ25, superior resolution and exceptional fluorescence transmission capability, the ergonomic, easy-to-use, fully motorised SMZ25 and manual SMZ18 are ideal for all bioscience applications....


  Nikon develops enhanced C2 plus confocal microscope C2+ Confocal Microscope SystemIn response to increasing demand for live cell confocal imaging, Nikon Instruments has introduced the C2 plus, an enhanced version of its C2 Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope for entry and mid-level confocal imaging.  Benefitting from faster scanning speeds, the new modular C2 plus also utilises the latest version 4.0 of NIS-Elements software to provide increased accuracy and sensitivity in image capture...


  Newcastle University Imaging Facility enhances advanced imaging capabilities A1R confocal imaging systemsWorking with Nikon Instruments UK, the Imaging Facility at the Faculty of Medical Sciences at Newcastle University has enhanced its advanced imaging capability. The University has added to its existing imaging resources; two A1R confocal imaging systems, a Total Internal Reflectance (TIRF) microscopy system and a Super Resolution microscopy systems equipped to provide both N-STORM* (Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy) and N-SIM** (Structured Illumination Microscopy). The facility caters for a wide variety of imaging requirements and can offer phase, DIC, fluorescence and confocal microscopy, and now super resolution...


  Nikon launches high NA, long WD, wide FOV objective for neuroscience High performance , high resolution objective for deep image capture


  Nikon launches high speed multiphoton microscope system Dynamic live cell and deep tissue imaging


  Nikon Instruments' New SMZ-745T Line of Stereo Microscopes Offers Highest Zoom Magnification in its Class Featuring the highest zoom magnification in its class at 7.5x zoom, Nikon Instruments, Inc. introduces the new SMZ-745T line of trinocular stereo microscopes. Well-suited for digital imaging in both the industrial and biomedical fields, the SMZ-745T comes equipped with a camera port and a built-in 0.55x c-mount adapter permitting direct mounting of Nikon DS Series Digital Cameras.




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