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The Olympus scanR High-Content Screening Station Rapidly Acquires Quantitative Data from Cell-Based Assays
Self-learning microscopy opens new horizons in high-content analysis and advances phenotypic screening
Olympus SLIDEVIEW VS200 Solution with Reliable, Flexible, and High-Throughput Slide Scanning
Using Olympus’ leading-edge X Line objectives enables higher resolution, flatter images for outstanding digital slides for quantitative data analysis.
The BX53 Biological Microscope Featuring a New High Luminosity LED with Excellent Color Rendering Performance
Designed for high reliability and ease of use, the BX3 series is the flagship in Olympus' range of biological microscopes. An extensive line up of models are available to suit different user needs, from ergonomic models ideal for routine work in clinical laboratories to fully-automated instruments necessary for cutting-edge life science research.
The Art of Science: Olympus Launches the First Global Image of the Year Award
Olympus has launched its first Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award, recognizing the best in life science imaging worldwide.
Olympus scanR 3.1 – AI Meets Live Cell Imaging
The Olympus scanR 3.1 high-content screening station uses the power of AI to carry out groundbreaking analyses of live cells – analyses that until recently seemed impossible.
X Line Objective Lenses Break Optical Barriers with Simultaneously Improved Image Flatness, Chromatic Aberration
First plan apochromat objectives in the world to achieve a numerical aperture of 1.5 were launched concurrently
Slim LED Transmitted Light Illumination Base with Turret System and LED Light Source Expand Observation and Contrast Options for SZX2/SZ2/MVX10 Microscopes
Users of Olympus’ SZX2 and SZ2 series stereo microscopes and the MVX10 fluorescence microscope can expand their observation capabilities thanks to a new slim 41.5 mm (1.6 in.) LED transmitted light illumination base.
Optimized for Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), the Olympus IX73SC Microscope Helps Increase the Efficiency of ICSI
The Olympus IX73SC inverted microscope system is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) solution that facilitates and even eliminates steps in the intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) workflow as part of the in vitro fertilization (IVF) process.
Now offered through a partnership between Olympus and PhaseView, the Alpha3 light sheet confocal microscope provides reduced phototoxicity and improved speed
Combining Olympus’ BX43 upright frame and optics with PhaseView’s advanced multiview selective plane illumination technology, the Alpha3 is a high-performance modular laser light sheet fluorescence microscope for quantitative 3D imaging of live and fixed specimens.
Olympus EP50 Wireless (WLAN) Color Camera Engages Students in the Classroom While Facilitating Full Stand-Alone Applications
Equipped with an Olympus EP50 camera, every microscope in a classroom becomes a wireless imaging system. Using its own WLAN signal, the 5-megapixel camera can stream high-resolution images and full HD videos to mobile devices, or wireless-enabled PCs or laptops.
Olympus SpinSR10 Super Resolution Imaging System with Improved Efficiency Delivers Clearer Images, Reduced Phototoxicity and is 3X Brighter
The Olympus high-sensitivity SpinSR10 super resolution microscope combines fast 0.005 seconds/frame acquisition speed and 120-nanometer super resolution with improvements that provide clearer images and three times the brightness of the standard SpinSR10 model.
Increase Efficiency and Accelerate Drug Discovery Research with Olympus NoviSight™ 3D Cell Analysis Software
3D imaging technology provides images of the cell cluster down to the nuclei while mitigating drug discovery risks
Olympus TruResolution Objectives Maximize Resolution in Deep Imaging for Neuroscience Research
Two new Olympus TruResolution objectives for multiphoton laser scanning microscopes deliver an industry-first automatic spherical aberration compensation function that automatically compensates for Z-shifts when operating the correction collar.
Two New Upright FLUOVIEW FV3000 Microscopes Provide Industry’s Fastest Imaging Speed
Expanding on the successful FLUOVIEW imaging platform, users can now take advantage of the speed and flexibility of the FV3000 confocal laser scanning microscope in two new upright models designed for in vitro and in vivo experiments.
Olympus IXplore SpinSR10 Super Resolution Imaging System Reveals the Finer Details
With resolving power that surpasses the limits of conventional optical microscopes, the Olympus IXplore SpinSR10 imaging system balances speed, resolution and efficiency in a single, flexible platform. A high frame rate and 120 nm XY resolution enable researchers to observe the fine details and workings of internal cellular structures while offering the ability to switch between super resolution, confocal and widefield imaging modes.
The Olympus SC180 High-Resolution Camera Provides Virtually Noise-Free Images and Life-Like Color Reproduction For On-Screen Microscopy
Accelerate your routine microscopy work with the Olympus SC180 microscope camera. With a full 18 megapixels, the SC180 camera delivers the high-resolution images required to make insightful observations. The camera delivers excellent performance for brightfield applications, increasing throughput through fast focusing and imaging capabilities while resolving more information on the screen than what can be viewed through the eyepieces.
The BX53 Biological Microscope Featuring a New High Luminosity LED with Excellent Color Rendering Performance
The new BX53 microscope features a high luminosity LED system with excellent color rendering performance that provides brightness and color reproduction equal to or better than that of a 100 W halogen lamp. Bright, sharp images can be obtained without additional neutral density or daylight filters. The high luminosity LED can be used to configure multi-head discussion systems for up to 26 people.
Olympus Employees Donate Nearly 1,200 Volunteer Hours to Greater-Atlantic City Charities
Olympus, a global technology leader in designing and delivering innovations in life science and industrial solutions, among other core businesses, announced today that over 250 of its employees from around the country participated in a Day of Caring in Greater-Atlantic City, donating nearly 1,200 hours of volunteer time to local charities. Olympus recognizes the importance of supporting community organizations and is passionate about giving its employees opportunities to get involved.
Stay on track with cellSens 1.17
Providing flexible object tracking to evaluate dynamic processes and a simplified GUI with 4K support, Olympus’ cellSens imaging software offers sophisticated solutions to extract more research data and save time in clinical laboratories.

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