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for Lightsheet Z.1
Majority of SelectScience members voted for ZEISS light sheet microscope system
for Correlative Particle Analysis
Jury Impressed by ZEISS Correlative Particle Analysis
for AURIGA Laser
Readers of G.I.T. Laboratory Journal, customers and visitors of Analytica 2012 in Munich and Achema 2012 in Frankfurt selected AURIGA Laser
for LSM 780
Carl Zeiss has been awarded the Research & Development 100 Award 2011 for LSM 780, a confocal laser scanning microscope, featuring a high-sensitivity GaAsP detector, innovative software functions for single molecule and high dynamic range imaging, and a 355nm CW laser.
In 2010 the Carl Zeiss Microscopy is honored to jointly receive this important award together with its partner Aurox Ltd. for the VivaTome Imaging-System, an optimal tool for microscopic inspection of living cells and organisms.
for LSM DUO
With its LSM 5 DUO Laser Scanning Microscope, Carl Zeiss Microscopy is once again one of the winners of the much-coveted R&D 100 Award in 2006. LSM 5 DUO system – a new combination of LSM 510 META and LSM 5 LIVE confocal laser scanning microscopes, which have already won several awards – enables an unparalleled variety of experiments in biomedical research.
for LSM 5 LIVE
With its LSM 5 LIVE Laser Scanning Microscope, Carl Zeiss Microscopy is once again one of the winners of the much-coveted R&D 100 Award in 2005. Featuring a new optical design specially developed for real time examinations of fast processes on living specimens, LSM 5 LIVE opens a new time window in confocal fluorescence microscopy.
for LSM 710
Carl Zeiss won the Innovation Prize of the state of Thuringia (Germany) with LSM 710 in October 2008 .
for LSM 5 LIVE
In 2005 LSM 5 LIVE was winner of the Product of the Year of the Magazine "Scientific Computing & Instrumentation".
for Axio Imager
In 2005 Axio Imager was Readers Choice Finalist for Imaging System of the Magazine "Scientific Computing & Instrumentation".
P.A.L.M. Microlaser Technologies
A team from P.A.L.M. Microlaser Technologies GmbH – a 100% subsidiary of Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH in Jena – is one of the candidates for the Deutsche Zukunftspreis (German Future Prize) in 2006.
for Primo Vert (2010)
for Axio Zoom.V16 (2013)