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Digital Image Galleries

The Olympus Microscopy Resource Center galleries include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs. In addition, the gallery features streaming video and images from featured microscopists.

  • Abramowitz

    Abramowitz

    Mortimer Abramowitz, a renowned microscopist, received the New York Microscopical Society (NYMS) Ernst Abbe Memorial Award in 2002.

  • Olympus Fluorescence Gallery

    Olympus Fluorescence Gallery

    Incident light fluorescence microscopy is rapidly growing as an investigational tool in the fields of medical and biological research.

  • Fluorescence Microscopy

    Fluorescence Microscopy

    Specimens featured in the fluorescence gallery are derived from a combination of stained thin sections, whole mounts, suspensions, and smears.

  • DIC

    DIC

    Thin unstained, transparent specimens are excellent candidates for imaging with classical differential interference (DIC) microscopy techniques.

  • Polarized Light

    Polarized Light

    Polarized light microscopy is a contrast-enhancing technique that may be utilized for quantitative and qualitative analysis of optically anisotropic specimens.

  • Darkfield Microscopy

    Darkfield Microscopy

    Darkfield Illumination photomicrography contains a wide spectrum of images taken under a variety of conditions and utilizing many different specimens.

  • Hoffman Modulation Contrast Microscopy

    Hoffman Modulation Contrast Microscopy

    Gallery of Hoffman Modulation Contrast photomicrography contains images taken under a wide variety of conditions using many different specimens.

  • Phase Contrast

    Phase Contrast

    Phase Contrast photomicrography contains a large collection of images taken under a wide variety of conditions using specimens.

  • Brightfield

    Brightfield

    Brightfield illumination has been one of the most widely used observation modes in optical microscopy for the past 300 years.

  • Plant Tissue

    Plant Tissue

    Autofluorescence in plant tissues is a phenomenon arising from endogenous biomolecules that absorb light in regions of the near-ultraviolet and visible light spectrum.

  • Rat Brain

    Rat Brain

    The rat brain has served as an excellent model for elucidating the complex anatomy and physiological mechanisms of the human brain.

Fluorescence Digital Image Galleries

  • Cells in Culture

    Cells in Culture

    Many galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

  • African Green Monkey

    African Green Monkey

    Many galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

  • Fibroblasts

    Fibroblast Cells

    Many galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

  • Epithelial Cells

    Epithelial Cells

    Many galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

MIC-D Digital Microscope Image Galleries

  • Brightfield Illumination

    Brightfield Illumination

    The MIC-D brightfield image gallery contains digital images that were captured using the microscope at a variety of zoom optical system magnifications.

  • Darkfield Illumination

    Darkfield Illumination

    Darkfield illumination transforms specimens into bright, highlighted structures superimposed on a very dark or black background.

  • Oblique Illumination

    Oblique Illumination

    MIC-D digital microscope design becomes apparent with oblique illumination techniques made possible by off-axis translation of the illuminator head and condenser assembly.

  • Polarized Light

    Polarized Light

    MIC-D polarized image gallery contains images that were captured using the microscope at a variety of zoom optical system magnifications using crossed polarized illumination.

  • Reflected Light

    Reflected Light

    The range of specimens suitable for imaging in the reflected or incident light category is enormous. Such examples includes metals, ores, and glass inclusions.

  • Integrated Circuit

    Integrated Circuit

    The intricate details found on the surface of integrated circuits offer a unique glimpse into the miniature world of modern electronics.

  • Butterfly Wing Scale

    Butterfly Wing Scale

    From a distance, butterfly wings are a beautiful sight to behold. Under a microscope, they are even more so.

Confocal Microscopy Digital Image Galleries

  • Cells in Culture

    Cells in Culture

    Galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

  • Cells in Culture

    Endothelial Cells

    Galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

  • Cells in Culture

    Epithelial Cells

    Galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

  • Cells in Culture

    Fibroblast Cells

    Galleries displayed include images of fluorescent specimens, as well as darkfield, phase contrast, and Hoffman modulation contrast photomicrographs.

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