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Biophysical Society Annual Meeting

Feb 17 – 21 Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, USA Booth 400

Visit Nikon at the Biophysical Society Meeting, Booth 400

Each year, the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting brings together over 6,500 scientists, and is the largest gathering of biophysicists around the world. 

Located at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, the 2017 Meeting begins on Saturday, February 17. We invite you to stop by booth 400 to see Nikon's latest microscope and digital imaging systems.

Featured Products

  • Large FOV Ti2 Inverted Microscope

    The Eclipse Ti2 is Nikon’s newest and most advanced inverted microscope offering unprecedented FOV imaging capacity.

    Eclipse Ti2 Quick Look (0:28)

    • Accelerate your research with ultra-wide 25mm FOV
    • Accessible back-aperture for TIRF laser alignment
    • Perfect-Step Z-drive for precision stacking
    • Super-stable platform for nanoscale imaging
    • 4th Generation Perfect Focus System (PFS)
    • Intelligent Features and Assist Guide for Guided Workflow
    • Automatic Correction Collar for Perfect PSFs
  • L-Apps Illuminators for Multimodal Imaging

    L-Apps Overview (0:51)

    The Nikon Ti-LAPP system provides modular illuminators for total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF), photoactivation/conversion, photobleaching and epi-fluorescence. Each module can be flexibly combined to build microscope systems that are optimized for individual research needs.

  • New A1R HD Confocal Microscope System


    The A1R HD is a performance confocal system with high-definition resonant scanner for beautifully clear images at high speeds. Ultra-resolution galvano scanner provides incredible resolution over a large field of view. Hybrid scanner enables simultaneous photo stimulation and imaging while GaAsP detectors provide exceptional sensitivity.

  • New Optics


    Recently introduced objective lenses combine large fields-of-view, high numerical apertures and long working distances that are capable of single molecule to deep tissue imaging.

  • NIS-Elements Imaging Software


    Nikon's NIS-Elements combines automated intelligence to microscopes, cameras, components and peripherals with powerful archiving, analysis and visualization tools. Its intuitive interface simplifies workflow and speeds up image acquisition times while providing powerful features such as image stitching, object counting and volume views.

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