The new Olympus DP74 color fluorescence microscope camera combines advanced image processing technology, a low-noise design and easy-to-use software to deliver smooth, true-to-life images in demanding life science and industrial applications.
WALTHAM, Mass., October 11, 2016 － Olympus continues to demonstrate its commitment to advanced bioscience research with the opening of the Olympus Discovery Center at the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas), a new facility that makes advanced microscopy equipment accessible to researchers.
The new Olympus LC30 is an outstanding cost-effective, entry-level color microscope camera that delivers excellent performance for brightfield applications and digital documentation in both life and materials sciences.
The Olympus FLUOVIEW FV3000 confocal laser scanning microscope combines usability with high-performance imaging capabilities so researchers in such fields as cell biology, cancer research and stem cell research can collect relevant imaging data quickly and easily.
WALTHAM, Mass, April 1, 2016 — Olympus has announced that, effective immediately, it will begin selling its biomedical and industrial microscopes and imaging instruments in parts of Northern California and Nevada via Technical Instruments, Burlingame, CA.
Olympus’ new CKX-CCSW confluency check software automatically counts the number of cells and measures cell confluence in a culture vessel, simplifying the cell culture workflow and ensuring reliable quality with quantitative cell growth data.
The CKX53 is Olympus’ next generation inverted microscope designed for fast, efficient cell culture checking and documentation. The CKX53’s advanced imaging capabilities and user-friendly design reduces operator fatigue and improves the throughput of the cell culture process.
Olympus announces the new IX3-ZDC2 Z drift compensator and updated cellSens version 1.14 software. These new products enhance the already diverse customization options for Olympus’ advanced inverted research microscopes and provide important tools for conducting live cell research.
In a collaborative project with RIKEN (Quantitative Biology Center, Japan), Olympus Corporation (President: Hiroyuki Sasa), through its Scientific Solutions Business, has developed a new super-resolution fluorescence microscopy technology that allows observation of the ultrastructure of living cells with a significant reduction in image acquisition time.
Olympus has announced the release of the CX23 microscope, designed to provide high-quality optical performance and stress-free, dependable operation in laboratory, classroom and training facilities worldwide.
Olympus Corporation (President: Hiroyuki Sasa) today announced the release by its Scientific Solutions Business of the new DP27 and DP22 microscope digital cameras, with international sales to commence progressively from October 1, 2014.
Olympus Corporation (President: Hiroyuki Sasa) today announced the development of FV-OSR*1, a new super resolution technology from its Scientific Solutions Business, This unique technology is used in conjunction with the FLUOVIEW FV1200 biological confocal laser scanning microscope to enable observation of smaller features than is possible using the microscope on its own. *1 Olympus Super Resolution