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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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MBL Woods Hole 16h
Nipam Patel of University of California, Berkeley, has been appointed Director of the Marine Biological Laboratory, effective Sept. 4. Welcome, Dr. Patel!
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Nikon Instruments Apr 20
Wow… New from lab combines lattice microscopy with adaptive optics to provide unprecedented views of 3D subcellular processes in their native multicellular environment. Click to learn more!
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Nikon Instruments Apr 19
Only 1 more week until the NIC@NU Course, brought to you by the Nikon Imaging Center and Center for Advanced Microscopy at . Click to RSVP!
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Marianne E. Porter Apr 19
Teaching high school students to SEM!!!
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Nikon Instruments Apr 19
Ever wonder how glass is made? If so, check out this great article from for a deep dive into operations at our Hikari Glass Factory in Akita, !
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FAUHS Research Apr 18
's Jason Hill showing us how to work the tabletop scanning election microscope by imaging shark skin
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Nikon Instruments Apr 18
brain team develops microscope using to identify metastases in tissue sections, with results provided in real time via an display projected directly through ocular!
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Dholakia Group, St Andrews Apr 18
This week we welcome Federico Gasparoli as a new postdoc to work on approaches to . Federico has just completed his in "Novel imaging and light-mediated control of (epi-)genetic states in 3D models of disease"
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Quantitative Imaging Apr 17
Class dismissed. :( Thank you all for a great time!
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Nikon Instruments Apr 16
Replying to @Labrigger
The DS-Qi2 is fully integrated in our NIS-Elements microscopy software and uses F mount.
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Peter O'Toole Apr 12
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Nikon Instruments Apr 16
Check out new -SIM for fast structured illumination imaging with decreased light dose.
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MBL Woods Hole Apr 12
Either you're in or you're out! Team reveals how cells can compose liquid droplets
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Nat Prunet 🌸🔬 Apr 13
Just a little FRAPping art, drawing a face in this nucleus by bleaching spots with a . Credit goes to
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Sarah Cohen Apr 12
Beautiful work on phase separation of mRNA from the Gladfelter lab :
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Nikon Instruments Apr 12
Exciting new research in the Journal of Cell Science uses a Nikon A1 confocal to help show how green algae divide by multiple (instead of binary) fission. Click to learn more!
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Nikon Instruments Apr 11
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Nikon Instruments Apr 10
Interested in all-optical ? Check out the mouse line, featuring Cre-dependent expression of both the CheRiff channelrhodopsin and QuasAr2 voltage indicator.
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Nikon Instruments Apr 9
Join us on Wednesday, April 25th for a super-resolution double-header seminar at UTHealth Center for Advanced Microscopy (Houston), covering both STORM and SIM. Click the flyer for details!
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Nikon Instruments Apr 9
Taking pics of pretty EB1 at
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