The Nikon SMZ25 and SMZ18 meet the increasing need for imaging systems that span spatial scales from single cells to whole organisms. They feature a large zoom ratio of 25:1 for the SMZ25, superior optical resolution, advanced motorization and control, as well as exceptional fluorescence transmission capability.
Kathryn Markey is one of the 2013 winners of the Nikon Small World in Motion contest. Markey’s winning submission focused on the scallop, which we agree is an extremely interesting creature deserving of more attention. We asked Markey to elaborate on her favorite shellfish, her research, and why more people should take time to appreciate these environmentally-friendly mollusks.
Nikon’s Ni Series microscopes were developed to address the need for a microscope that is highly versatile, combining system expandability and superior optical performance in an easy-to-use system. These packages have been configured to accommodate the most common applications.
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