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We are the microscope division of Nikon, with over 100 years of optical microscopy & imaging experience. We focus on serving customers in the life sciences.
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Check out new , a bright and red-emitting Genetically Encoded Voltage Indicator based off the fluorescent protein dTomato.
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Nikon Instruments Oct 15
Curious how neuroscientists use imaging in their ? Then check out this interview with and !
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Nikon Small World Oct 11
Congrats to the breath-taking winners of the 44th annual Nikon Small World competition! See microscopic beauty hidden from the naked eye:
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Nikon Instruments Oct 11
This tribute to Dr. Robert Goldman by is the greatest. Lamin A - shaping nuclei precisely!
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Nikon Instruments Oct 10
researchers introduce new convolutional neural network-based tool for predicting 3D images of common cell structures from conventional images. This tool also works with electron microscopy data input.
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Susan Cox Oct 10
If you're starting out in microscopy, this is a great course that covers an incredibly wide range of topics. Also comes with the chance to win everlasting fame, glory, and a glass jellyfish if you can master Brad's notorious question sheet.
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Francesca Bottanelli Oct 9
So many cool at the advances in biomedical imaging symposium @charité It was great to finally meet Maddy Parsons and hero !
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Nikon Instruments Oct 8
We're having a great time at ! Come visit us at .
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Nikon Instruments Oct 5
We have a new gallery of related images hosted by , including work by , , and other researchers. Check it out! -
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Nikon Instruments Oct 4
Researchers combine new probes with and other techniques for high performance multicolor localization imaging of bacteria.
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Nikon Instruments Oct 4
Kudos to for not letting hold you back! You can do anything, from entering the contest, to earning a PhD, to even becoming a world leader!
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Nikon Instruments Oct 3
Thanks again to everyone who participated in our 8th Annual Small World in Motion digital video competition! Video below featuring some of this year's amazing entries.
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Rainer Heintzmann Oct 2
Great News! It was time to give optical tweezers and ultrashort pulses for laser surgery proper recognition.
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Nikon Instruments Oct 1
New microscope design provides low cost method for detecting in drinking water by combining imaging and colorimetry.
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Marc Zimmer Sep 28
2nd place in the 2018 in motion. Laser propagating in soap membrane 📷📹 Miguel Bandres
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Liz Haynes 🐟🔬 Sep 27
Very happy to announce that Henry He from the Huisken lab and I are the first place entry for the 2018 photomicroscopy competition! Check out those sensory axons!
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Nikon Small World Sep 27
Congrats to all of our amazing winners! You can check out the top videos of 2018 here:
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Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine Sep 26
🌈🔬 Check out this story about the invention of achromatic lenses by an amateur (who was left empty-handed) – by of our lab
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Nikon Small World Sep 26
We can't wait to announce our 2018 winners! While you're waiting, take a look at this mash-up video of last year's winners!
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Nikon Instruments Sep 25
Charles Kuen Kao passed away on Sunday. Dr. Kao played a central role in the development of modern optical fibers, and shared the 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work.
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