With over 100 years expertise in the field, Nikon has always been at the forefront of optical and technological innovation. Now, as a key component of the Nikon Corporation Healthcare Business Division, the Nikon Microscope Solutions unit is focused on developing cutting edge imaging technologies for the academic research lab and the biotech and pharma industry, as well as providing the clinical and educational communities with leading imaging solutions. Nikon continues to grow and expand with the recent launches of the LIPSI high content imaging platform, A1 HD25 confocal microscope and N-SIM S Super Resolution microscope. Nikon's LIPSI provides full incubation from sample storage to image acquisition. This flexible open platform can easily evolve to meet changing research needs. The A1 HD25 captures images with a 25 mm field of view, nearly twice the area of conventional point scanners, and extending the detectable area of cellular responses and increasing image capture speed. The N-SIM S Super Resolution Microscope is a unique high-speed structured illumination system that achieves acquisition speeds of up to 15 fps, enabling fast biological processes to be captured at twice the spatial resolution of conventional light microscopes.
ZEISS is one of the world leading manufacturers of microscopes. In addition to excellent light-/ion- and electron microscopes, ZEISS also manufactures a diverse range of fluorescence optical sectioning systems as well as high-resolution x-ray microscopes.
Carl Zeiss Microscopy is a leading provider of microscope solutions in the life sciences and materials research markets and QA/QC and also manufactures optical sensor systems for integrated process analysis.
3i designs and manufactures technologies for living cell, live cell, and intravital fluorescence microscopy including superresolution, computer-generated holography, spinning disk confocal, multi-photon and lightsheet. SlideBook software manages everything from instrument control to image capture, processing and data analysis. 3i was established in 1994 by a group of cell biologists, neuroscientists, and computer scientists to provide advanced multi-dimensional microscopy platforms that are intuitive to use, modular in design, and meet the evolving needs of investigators in the biological research community. 3i is headquartered in Denver, Colorado (USA) with offices in London, United Kingdom, and Göttingen, Germany.
GE Healthcare Life Sciences is at the forefront of new technologies in fluorescence imaging, with emphasis on ease of use, automation, sensitivity and reliability. The IN Cell Analyzer 2500HS (wide field) and IN Cell Analyzer 6500HS (confocal) for high content analysis (HCA) incorporate powerful new IN Carta™ analysis software. Perfectly adapted to visualize sub-cellular details, these systems are also well-suited for studying spheroids, organoids and tissues. The all new DeltaVision™ Ultra wide-field microscope provides automated deconvolution. It is extremely sensitive and fast for 2D and 3D acquisitions on fixed or live samples such as bacteria and yeasts. The DeltaVision™ OMX SR is a super-resolution microscope with high-speed structured light in 3D-SIM, 2D-SIM, TIRF-SIM, with optional ring-shaped TIRF, FRAP module and location microscopy.
Omicron develops, manufactures and distributes LED and laser based light sources since 30 years. The ISO9001 and ISO13485 certified company develops and designs customized solutions from single wavelength devices up to multiline solutions. CW light sources are available as well as high speed modulated ones in the nanosecond, picosecond range. Important developments are the LightHUB+® laser beam combiner and the LedHUB® highpower LED light engine. With its high-end products Omicron serves demanding applications in microscopy, like FLIM, STED, TIRF, Lightsheet and calcium imaging.
Thermo Fisher Scientific supplies innovative imaging solutions for the world’s life sciences research community. Visit us at ELMI 2019 for live demos of Thermo Scientific™ Amira™ Software. Amira Software supports advanced 2D–5D bioimaging workflows in research areas ranging from structural and cellular biology to tissue imaging, neuroscience, preclinical imaging and bioengineering.