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Nikon Corporation Announces N-STORM Super Resolution Microscope Now Commercially Available

November 16, 2010

Nikon Instruments Inc., an innovator of advanced optical instruments, announced today that the N-STORM Super Resolution microscope system is now available for purchase and delivery. The microscope will be on exhibit at the Neuroscience 2010 show in San Diego, Calif., November 13-17, 2010.In December 2009, Nikon announced it had signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Harvard University gra...

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Nikon Instruments Introduces the C2 Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope with NIS-Elements Software

November 16, 2010

Nikon Instruments, Inc., innovator of advanced optical instruments, today introduced the C2 Confocal Laser Point Scanning Microscope, which incorporates the newest release of NIS-Elements C software -Version 3.2. By pairing these two powerful tools, researchers now benefit from this added usability and functionality in the new fully integrated C2 confocal system. The new system will be unveiled...

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Nikon Corporation Announces N-SIM Super Resolution Microscope System Now Commercially Available

November 16, 2010

Nikon Instruments, Inc., an innovator of advanced optical instruments, announced today that its N-SIM Super Resolution microscope is now available for purchase and delivery. The microscope will be on exhibit at the Neuroscience 2010 show in San Diego, Calif., taking place November 13-17, 2010.In December 2009, Nikon announced it had signed an agreement with the University of California, Sa...

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Nikon Instruments Begins Direct Sales and Technical Support for Biomedical Instruments in New Jersey and Puerto Rico Territories

November 9, 2010

Nikon Instruments Inc. is pleased to announce that it has begun direct sales and technical support for Nikon’s BioScience Microscopes, Confocal Systems and Digital Imaging products in New Jersey and Puerto Rico. This area was previously served by Micron Optics.“Nikon Instruments is extremely grateful for the superb service and support that Mr. Peter Burboeck, President of Micron Optics and his...

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Nikon Instruments Donates Microscopes to Assist With Haiti Relief Fund

Nikon Instruments Donates Microscopes to Assist With Haiti Relief Fund

November 6, 2010

"Our goal is to re-establish laboratory services in Haiti that are sustainable for the long-term," said Matthew Zarka, MD, FCAP, Chair of the CAP Foundation Haiti Relief Fund Task Force, "Important steps have been taken to achieve this."Since the earthquake occurred in January, the Foundation has raised about $17,000 from 105 CAP members, concerned public, and industry partn...

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The Nikon Fellowship at MBL: Celebrating Twenty Years of Scientific Discovery and Collaboration

The Nikon Fellowship at MBL: Celebrating Twenty Years of Scientific Discovery and Collaboration

November 4, 2010

This year, Nikon Instruments, Inc. and the renowned Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Nikon, MBL Fellowship collaboration. For two decades, this partnership has helped to bring some of the world’s foremost minds in imaging and microscopy together with the most cutting-edge scientific technology of the day. The Nikon Fellowship...

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Popular Vote Winning Image - Dr. Tomas Cabello

Black Bean Aphid Wins 2010 Nikon Small World Popular Vote

October 13, 2010

A female black bean aphid (apetrous aphid fabae) with its offspring still inside inspired the public and received the distinction of being the Popular Vote winner for the 2010 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. The image, taken by Dr. Tomas Cabello of the Universidad of Almería in Roquetas de Mar, Spain, was the public’s favorite from among the 120 finalists featured at www.nikonsm...

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1st Place - Jonas King

Mosquito Heart Captures First Place in 2010 Nikon Small World Competition

October 13, 2010

What looks like the familiar green lines of a heart monitor printout in a textured navy blue sea is actually a close-up of a mosquito heart, and the winner of the 2010 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. Jonas King, from Nashville, Tennessee, USA, took the photo of anopheles gambiae (mosquito heart) magnified 100 times and using fluorescence technology. The image is both beauti...

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Nikon Instruments Announces Popular Vote for 2010 Nikon Small World Competition

September 8, 2010

Nikon Instruments would like to extend an invitation for all interested in science and the Nikon Small World Photo competition to choose their favorite image from the top 120 images. Visitors to www.nikonsmallworld.com have until 5:00 pm EDT on October 8, 2010 to help select the Popular Vote winning category from the finalists chosen by this year’s panel of judges from over 2,000 entries....

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Christy Haynes

Nikon Customer Wins Prestigious Findeis Award

June 29, 2010

Nikon Instruments congratulates Dr. Christy L. Haynes, member of the Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota and Principal Investigator for The Haynes Research Group, for winning the Analytical Chemistry Society’s Arthur F. Findeis Award, which recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of analytical chemistry.Dr. Haynes was honored for h...

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Dr. Stefano Tiozzo Uses Nikon Fellowship To Explore Regeneration Through Botryllus Schlosseri

Dr. Stefano Tiozzo Uses Nikon Fellowship To Explore Regeneration Through Botryllus Schlosseri

May 1, 2010

The ability to regenerate organs and tissues has long fascinated research scientists. This is particularly interesting in light of the lack of conservation of regenerative abilities during evolution. For example, a salamander can regenerate an amputated limb, but a human cannot. Dr. Stefano Tiozzo, a postdoctoral scholar in the Anthony De Tomaso lab at University of California, Santa Barbara, r...

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Nikon Instruments Announces 2010 Nikon Small World Judges

April 30, 2010

Nikon Instruments announced today the judges for the 2010 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. For 36 years, the competition has featured some of the most esteemed names in science and science journalism on its judging panel, and this year is no exception. Since its founding in 1974, Nikon Small World has seen consistent growth due in part to the amazing image submissions and the dis...

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Nikon Forms Nikon Metrology, Inc. for Industrial-Based Metrology Customer

April 1, 2010

Nikon today announced that it has formed Nikon Metrology, Inc., a new company that combines Nikon Instruments Inc.’s industrial instruments business with the former Metris business, acquired by Nikon Corp. in 2009. Nikon Metrology, Inc., headquartered in Brighton, Mich., will focus specifically on the industrial and manufacturing business markets for precision measuring and industrial microscop...

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Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition

Nikon Small World Call For Entries Deadline April 30th

March 24, 2010

The 36th Annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition announced that April 30th is the deadline for scientists and photomicrographers to submit images taken through the light microscope. The oldest and most respected competition of its kind, Nikon Small World celebrates the world's best photomicrographers who display sophisticated scientific disciplines, while presenting an understandi...

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Mi Macro Imaging Station

Nikon Instruments Announces the New Mi Macro Imaging Station for Digital Pathology

March 22, 2010

Nikon Instruments Inc. today announced its newest product in the digital pathology market, the Mi macro imaging grossing station. The Mi revolutionizes gross histology documentation by addressing the workflow necessary to cleanly and safely capture, annotate, compare and measure images of biopsied gross specimens in the pathology, histology and forensic lab. The Mi offers a stable, versatile, c...

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DS-Vi1 Digital Camera

Nikon Introduces New Color Camera to Digital Sight Series

March 22, 2010

Nikon has added the high speed DS-Vi1 colour camera to its market-leading range of Digital Sight cameras for microscopic imaging. The DS-Vi1 offers high frame rates and increased sensitivity for both multiple live image and sharp still image capture, making it ideal for high end biological research, clinical analysis and documentation as well as medical teaching use.The DS-Vi1 features a 2-mega...

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Nikon Instruments And The Wistar Institute Present Small World Exhibition And Microscopy Seminars

January 20, 2010

A Nobel Laureate, a scientist from Estonia and 20 breathtaking images captured under the microscope came together at The Wistar Institute in Philadelphia on January 7th to kick-off the 2010 Nikon Small World Exhibit tour. The event included a number of seminars from leaders in the field of imaging and microscopy as well as an evening reception offering the unique opportunity to meet some of the...

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