Carl Zeiss Microscopy Ltd
Zeiss is a global player in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, Research & Quality Technology, Medical Technology and Vision Care/Consumer Products markets.
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The Nano Technology Systems Division of Carl Zeiss Microscopy Ltd are a global supplier of nano-application systems and solutions to the semiconductor, materials analysis and life science markets, including Scanning Electron Microscopes, Transmission Electron Microscopes, Focused Ion Beam systems and Process Specific Tools.
ZEISS announces ZEISS ZEN Intellesis, a new machine learning capability that enables researchers to perform advanced analysis of their imaging samples across multiple microscopy methods.
14 December 2017Read in full
ZEISS introduces its new field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM) ZEISS GeminiSEM 450. The instrument combines ultrahigh resolution imaging with the capability to perform advanced analytics while maintaining flexibility and ease-of-use.
4 December 2017Read in full
Improved optical sectioning delivers higher resolution without the need to acquire a z-stack
15 November 2017Read in full
New ZEISS module offers high resolution 3D block face imaging for biological samples with fast acquisition rates and minimal sample damage.
14 November 2017Read in full
ZEISS presents a new generation of focused ion beam scanning electron microscopes (FIB-SEMs) for high-end applications in research and industry, offering enhanced resolution and faster FIB material processing for maximum efficiency.
17 March 2017Read in full
ZEISS has introduced a new system for automated microscopy in life sciences research. ZEISS Celldiscoverer 7 combines the user-friendly automation features of a boxed microscope with the image quality and flexibility of a classic inverted research microscope. Scientists acquire better data in shorter times with 2D or 3D cell cultures, tissue sections or small model organisms.
4 November 2016Read in full
ZEISS introduces a new inverted microscope platform for life science research - an open and flexible inverted platform for living and fixed specimens.
28 October 2016Read in full
Carl Zeiss was born in the town of Weimar in 1816 and 11 September 2016 marks his 200th birthday. The mechanic opened a small workshop for precision mechanics and optics in Jena in 1846, laying the foundation for today’s global technology player ZEISS.
18 August 2016Read in full