When sectioning frozen tissue samples in routine histology and clinical pathology the operator faces increasing health and safety risks.
Leica Microsystems is pleased to introduce an enhanced version of Leica Application Suite that integrates Leica automated microscopes, digital cameras and software into one common environment to provide an easy to use and consistent platform.
Leica Microsystems GmbH has a new CFO.
From October 1, 2006, Martin Geisel will take over from Armin Hopf, who was responsible for the company's finances since 1997. Hopf is leaving Leica Microsystems after 26 yea...
As the ability to diagnose disease through new histopathology technologies improves, the number of tissue sections a histopathologist needs to analyze each day increases.
The new Leica MZ10 F fluorescence stereomicroscope has been developed as a tool to support researchers in their daily work of recording and studying living organisms.
Leica Microsystems introduces a series of microscopes designed specifically for polarizing examinations.
Leica Microsystems has received an FDA 510(k) clearance for the Leica FL800, an intra-operative video angiography device for the viewing of blood flow in the cerebral vascular area using Akorn ICG.
The increase in highly specialized materials for industry and other uses is matched by the demand for equally specialized instruments and techniques for their quality control.
Leica Microsystems' user base is growing all the time, ranging from research scientists and doctors to lab assistants.
Although modern medical technology has reduced the time it takes to perform ophthalmic surgery, the workload has steadily increased as more operations are performed per day with less time between cases.
Leica Microsystems Nussloch GmbH is announcing the new Leica ASP300 S tissue processor reflecting the latest in state-of-the-art technology to improve specimen quality and laboratory performance.
On November 23, 2006, Professor Stefan Hell, Director of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, was presented with the prestigious German Future Award by Federal President Horst Köhler.
Leica Microsystems has launched two new vibrating blade microtomes for sectioning of fixed and unfixed fresh tissue for neuropathology and neurophysiology applications.
The Leica M525 OH4 offers the highest overhead space, 36% more space than comparable instruments, and the longest reach to provide considerably more room for the surgeon and the entire operating team to maneuver. The Leica M525 OH4 also features precise, harmoniously balanced, and extremely smooth movement. The system is vibration-free at all magnification levels.
Two innovative companies are partnering to enhance research and to discover therapies against grave diseases worldwide: Leica Microsystems (Wetzlar) and Mauna Kea Technologies (MKT) (Paris) signed an exclusive distribution agreement for the German high-tech optics company to market the innovative system developed by Mauna Kea Technologies.