Nikon is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Small World Photomicrography Competition, with this year’s top honors going to longtime competitor Wim van Egmond of The Netherlands for his image Chaetoceros debilis (marine diatom).
Nikon Instruments Europe BV has signed an agreement with TK-53 to supply microscopy and digital imaging equipment to the biological market in the Netherlands. TK-53 will have the rights to supply and support Nikon microscopes, digital cameras and software to customers in universities, hospitals, government, biotech, pharmaceutical and food industry in the Netherlands
Nikon announces the launch in June of its NEW research stereomicroscopes. The Nikon SMZ25 and SMZ18 have evolved to 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 motorisation and control, as well as exceptional fluorescence transmission capability.
Nikon Instruments has partnered with University of Amsterdam to open a new Center of Excellence in Super Resolution microscopy development. Opening 23rd October, the Center of Excellence is a state-of-the-art facility, enabling research across a broad range of disciplines. It will house Nikon’s latest Super Resolution systems including N-SIM, N-STORM, A1R and C2 Confocal and Spinning Disk Confocal.
|Feb 4–5||Life Science meeting in Lausanne|
|Apr 2–3||Symposium on Advanced microscopy techniques in life sciences|
|Jul 1–3||Microscience 2014|