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Nikon Instruments Inc. Celebrates 100 Years of Imaging

January 17, 2017

As Nikon celebrates its centennial in 2017, Nikon Instruments Inc., innovator of advanced optical instruments, looks back on 100 years of scientific discovery and advancements under the microscope.  Nikon invites the public to explore their journey through light firsthand in the 100th Anniversary microsite launched this week -  with a video, images and resources looking back at the co...

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Time-Lapse Revealing Surprisingly “Elegant” Water Patterns Of Starfish Larva Wins Nikon Small World In Motion Competition

December 14, 2016

Nikon Instruments Inc. today unveiled the winners of the sixth annual Nikon Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition, awarding First Place to William Gilpin of Stanford University for his video depicting an eight-week-old starfish larva churning the water around its body as it searches for food. Gilpin and his colleagues studied the starfish larva as a model system for how physics sha...

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Nikon Instruments Showcases New Cutting-Edge Inverted Research Microscope  at American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting

Nikon Instruments Showcases New Cutting-Edge Inverted Research Microscope at American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting

December 5, 2016

Nikon Instruments Inc., innovator of advanced optical instruments, is showcasing three models of the all-new ECLIPSE Ti2 Inverted Research Microscope at the American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting 2016 in San Francisco this week. Equipped with an unpreceded 25mm field of view, improved stability, speed and usability powered by an intelligent microscope operation guide, this groundbreak...

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FAU Brain Institute Designated ‘Nikon Center Of Excellence’

FAU Brain Institute Designated ‘Nikon Center Of Excellence’

December 2, 2016

Florida Atlantic University’s Brain Institute in Jupiter is now home to a Nikon Center of Excellence, making it one of eight designated centers in the United States and 16 worldwide. FAU President John Kelly joined Toshiaki Nagano, president and chief executive officer of Nikon Instruments Inc., and Randy Blakely, executive director of FAU’s Brain Institute, for a special event today to highlig...

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Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Microscope System

Groundbreaking Nikon Instruments Inverted Research Microscope Among New Releases at Neuroscience 2016

November 14, 2016

Nikon Instruments Inc., innovator of advanced optical instruments, is debuting the all-new Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Research Microscope at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual Neuroscience 2016 meeting in San Diego this week. This microscope revolutionizes how researchers capture data, delivering an unprecedented 25mm field of view that allows for accelerated research, as well as improved stabilit...

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New Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Research Microscope

Nikon Revolutionizes Imaging, Doubles Field of View with New Inverted Research Microscope

November 9, 2016

Nikon Instruments Inc. today raises the bar for core imaging capability with the release of the new Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Research Microscope. The Eclipse Ti2 revolutionizes how researchers capture data with a microscope, delivering an unprecedented 25mm field of view—up to twice as wide as competitive systems—as well as improved stability and usability powered by an intelligent microscope opera...

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Four-day-old zebrafish embryo

Microscopic Fish Face Takes First Place in 2016 Nikon Small World Competition

October 19, 2016

Nikon Instruments Inc. today announced the winners of the 42nd annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition, awarding first place to Oscar Ruiz, Ph.D. for his microscopic view of the facial development of a four-day-old zebrafish embryo. Fittingly, Nikon unveiled Dr. Ruiz’s zebrafish “selfie” win first on Instagram this morning, giving followers the first look at the winning images. Th...

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Nikon Single Molecule Imaging Contest Winners

September 28, 2016

Nikon Instruments Europe and Nikon GmbH, Zweigniederlassung Schweiz (Egg/ZH) in Switzerland would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody who attended the 6th annual Single Molecule Localization Microscopy Symposium (SMLMS) at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. We are very proud to sponsor the SMLMS – an event uniquely focused on uniting the single-molecule super-resolution...

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DS-Fi3 Microscopy Camera and DS-L4 Tablet Interface

Nikon Introduces New DS-Fi3 Microscopy Camera and DS-L4 Tablet Interface

September 12, 2016

Nikon Instruments Inc. today unveiled its latest duo for capturing, viewing and replaying high-resolution imaging through the microscope. The DS-Fi3 camera for microscopy features a 5.9 megapixel CMOS image sensor with greatly improved sensitivity and low-noise electronics, while the new DS-L4 tablet interface captures and records images and movies with exceptional color reproduction. By elimin...

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Dr. Roger Tsien

Nobel Laureate Dr. Roger Tsien, Co-Developer of GFP Technology, Dies at 64

September 1, 2016

The scientific community has lost a giant with the passing of Roger Tsien on August 24th, 2016, at the age of 64. Dr. Tsien was a Professor in the Departments of Pharmacology and Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego. He is perhaps best known for discovering and developing green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a genetically expressed biochemical marker for use in li...

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