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Our 2019 Global Image of the Year EMEA regional winner, Alan Prescott, reveals how he captured his winning fluorescence image “The Mouse’s Whiskers” in this blog post.
Read how researchers at the Max Planck Institute in Germany are using the VS200 slide scanner to investigate the regenerative capabilities of Schmidtea mediterranea.
Webinar: Customized Assays Made Easy with scanR TruAI
Catching up on delayed experiments when returning to the lab is an important consideration. In this blog post, we share 5 practical tips to help accelerate your experiments!
As more scientists work from home to practice social distancing, labs are leveraging remote platforms. In this blog, we share 6 tips that can help!
In this app note, we present the results from an experiment that demonstrates the power of AI and self-learning microscopy to quantify transmigration using simple phase contrast images.
Observing a Vascularized Tumor Spheroid on a Chip with a Confocal Microscope
Automated live cell microscope systems can help lab personnel stay safer and remain productive while practicing social distancing. In this blog, we discuss 4 tips to achieve longer live cell imaging.
Olympus has launched its second Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award, recognizing the best in life science imaging worldwide.
As light sheet microscopy become increasingly popular, scientists are using it to push the boundaries of life science research. Learn about some of that groundbreaking research in this blog post.
DAPI illumination got you feeling burned? In this blog post, learn how TruAI technology enables easy label-free nucleus detection.
Whether your school year involves remote learning, in-person teaching, or a combination, it’s still possible to include microscopy in your curriculum. In this blog post, we give you tips on how to do this.
Cell Quality Evaluation with the CM20 Incubation Monitoring System : Improve the Reproducibility of Experiments through the Characterization of Cells
Many cell culture processes still rely on visual observation with a microscope—a qualitative evaluation method. Learn how switching to a quantitative approach can benefit your cell culture process in this blog post.
How the CM20 Improves the Cell Culture Process with Quantitative Data
Innovative Cell Observation Technology which Enabled CM20's Compact Design
VS200 software updated: Version 3.2, TruAI deep-learning
From multimode imaging to fluorescence multiplexing, this blog post is your guide to extracting rich data from your experiments.
Fluorescence microscopy is a popular technique, but it has limitations. In this blog post, we discuss alternative imaging methods to help you think beyond fluorescence and expand your research capabilities.
Olympus scanR High-Content Screening Station v. 3.2 Brings Improved Image Quality
Find out why the “game-changing” X Line objectives were chosen as an Edison Gold Award winner in this blog post.
In this blog post, learn about innovations in 3D and 4D microscopy that give the Ellison Institute’s founding director confidence that the next major leap in cancer research is just around the corner.
USC-Olympus Partnership in Multiscale Bioimaging Furthers Precision Medicine
Fluorescence imaging requires a balance between the signal-to-noise ratio and minimizing phototoxicity. Discover tips on how to strike that balance in this blog post.
Analysis Workflow for 3D Live/Dead Cell Assays
Viruses can remain infectious on surfaces for hours to days, so cleaning and disinfecting your microscope should be part of your routine. Check out these cleaning tips in this blog post.
Digitizing Slides Using a Manual Microscope and Digital Camera
cellSens software updated: Version 3.1, TruAI based on deep learning
Olympus TruAI for Quantitative Analysis of Fluorescently Labeled Cells with Ultra-Low Light Exposure
Olympus TruAI for Highly Robust Label-Free Nucleus Detection and Segmentation in Microwell Plates
Perform Accurate and Efficient Microscopy Image Analysis Using TruAI based on Deep Learning
Mapping Aortic Valve Cells Using the FLUOVIEW FV3000 Microscope
Tips for 3D Spatial Analysis of High-Content Drug Screening
Check out this blog post to see the winning images from our 2019 Global Image of the Year contest.
Announcing the winners of the Olympus Image of the Year Award 2019.
Do you have questions about microscope digital imaging? We've got answers in these FAQs.
Olympus responds to COVID-19
Olympus can confirm that it has plans in place to ensure every effort is made to operate with minimal interruptions in the event of a disaster.
3D Spatial Analysis of High-Throughput Drug Screening
High-Resolution Imaging of Bone Cell Interactions
Discover commonly used transmitted light observation methods, including their features and applications, in this blog post.
Understanding the Link Between Digital Image Data and Biological Samples
Selective Isolation of Adherent Single Cells
Selective Isolation of Living Cells for Omics Analysis
Optimizing Image Acquisition for High-Throughput 3D Analysis of Cancer Spheroids
In this blog, we discuss two smart ways to use reflectance confocal imaging.
Fluorescence live cell imaging can be tricky. In this blog post, our expert gives you 6 tips to help you get reliable image data.
Digitizing Slides Using a Manual Microscope and Digital Camera (Japanese text only)
Curious about objectives? Check out this blog post where we break down the anatomy of an objective lens into easy-to-understand terms.
Multiplexing with the FV3000 Confocal Microscope
The Importance of Tissue Clearing and Objective Selection in 3D Analysis of Spheroids
Confused about what to consider when equipping a classroom lab? Get advice from our expert in this blog post.
New near-infrared lasers make our FV3000 confocal microscope even more powerful. Learn how in this blog post.
OLYMPUS Provi CM20 Incubation Monitoring System with cell count and confluency analysis to improve the regenerative medicine workflow

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