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Nikon’s Rob Zibilich Talks to Clinical Lab Products on the Evolution of the Clinical Lab

December 19, 2012

The clinical lab setting is one of the fastest-evolving areas in science. So it’s no wonder that clinical lab microscopes, as a result, are rapidly changing to meet the ever-increasing need for accuracy, speed and a narrower field of focus that work in the profession now requires.Recently, Ron Zibilich, national clinical sales manager for Nikon Instruments Inc., spoke to Gary Turfel of Clinical...


HC High Content Analysis System

Nikon Instruments Inc. Introduces High Content Microscope System

December 17, 2012

Nikon Instruments Inc. today introduced a new High Content microscope system featuring speed and flexibility for imaging and managing biological assays utilizing a system based on the classic Nikon Ti inverted microscope and NIS-Elements Software.This new High Content Microscope system pairs the Ti inverted microscope with NIS-Elements HC Software to provide a dedicated interface for high conte...


Brittle Star

Nikon Small World Winner Puts Bio-Invasion under the Lens

November 12, 2012

The above image showcases an Ophiothela mirabilis, a brittle star typically found in the warmer waters of the Pacific Ocean. Now imagine Dr. Alvaro Migotto’s surprise when he found this particular subject matter in the Atlantic Ocean, many thousands of miles from where it belongs.Earning 10th Place in this year’s Nikon Small World Competition, Dr. Migotto cited the difficulty of photographing a...


Nikon Instruments' New York Offices Reopen

November 2, 2012

Dear Valued Customer,We are happy to report that power is restored to the Nikon Instruments Inc. Headquarters and Operations Center, in Melville, New York, and all departments are now fully operational. Thank you for your patience and understanding.Our thoughts remain with those still struggling with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and we hope everyone affected by this storm can recover quick...


Hurricane Sandy Recovery Operations for Nikon Instruments Inc.

November 1, 2012

Dear Valued Customer,Nikon Instruments, Inc., U.S. headquarters in Melville, New York was among thousands of businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy’s destruction. Our offices are currently closed due to the widespread power outage, and will resume operations on Friday, November 2, 2012.In the meantime, we will make every effort to respond to all customer needs and requests that should arise. Ou...


Eclipse Ti-E PFS

Nikon Instruments Introduces New Technology at Neuroscience 2012

October 26, 2012

The Society for Neuroscience recently held its 42nd annual Neuroscience convention in New Orleans, where 25,000 attendees experienced the latest in neuroscience research and innovation through a series of lectures, symposia, workshops, and events. Nikon Instruments contributed to the spirit of innovation by introducing two new Perfect Focus System models – the TI-ND6-PFS-S Perfect Focus Unit wi...


Blood-brain Barrier in a Live Zebrafish Embryo

First-ever Image of the Blood-brain Barrier in a Live Zebrafish Embryo Takes First Place in 2012 Nikon Small World Competition

October 23, 2012

Nikon is pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 Small World Photomicrography Competition, with this year’s top honors going to Dr. Jennifer Peters and Dr. Michael Taylor of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Their photomicrograph, “The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo” is believed to be the first-ever image showing the formation of the blood-brain barrier in a live animal...


Nikon Instruments Inc. Unveils The Third Generation Perfect Focus Systems at Neuroscience 2012

October 15, 2012

Nikon Instruments Inc., an innovator of advanced optical instruments, today announced the release of the third generation Perfect Focus System. This new generation, consisting of two new models will be debuting at Neuroscience 2012. The new models of the TI-ND6-PFS-S Perfect Focus Unit have been optimized for UV-Visible imaging and Visible-IR Imaging for multi-photon microscopy.Inverted researc...


Small World Website

Our Small World is Changing

September 10, 2012

Nikon is pleased to present big changes to its Small World Website. We’ve added hundreds of new winning images to the site, as it now includes newly digitized galleries of Honorable Mentions dating back to the earliest years of the competition. Visitors can also now view galleries organized by a wide variety of categories - such as competition year, subject, technique, country and organization...


Cancer Research Breakthrough

Seattle Scientists Break Down Barriers in the Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer

March 30, 2012

Nikon would like to offer congratulations to Dr. Sunil Hingorani and his staff at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, who are making incredible breakthroughs in the fight against pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer is a particularly deadly form of cancer, killing 40,000 people every year within four to six months of diagnosis. Treatment of the disease is made di...


Chick Embryo Takes Top Prize in First Year of Nikon Small World in Motion Competition

February 7, 2012

Nikon Instruments Inc. is pleased to announce the first ever winners of the Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition. Top honors go to Anna Franz of the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford and her video of a chick ink injection into blood vessels. This was Franz’s first time using this particular technique, which she not only mastered on the first take but...


N-SIM Super Resolution Award

Nikon Instruments’ N-SIM Super Resolution Microscope Recognized as one of the Top Innovations of 2011 by The Scientist

January 12, 2012

Nikon Instruments Inc.’s N-SIM Super Resolution Microscope was selected by a panel of expert judges as one of The Scientist’s Top Ten Innovations of 2011. In its fourth installment, the contest has become a showcase of the year’s standout tools for life scientists. N-SIM, was recognized as being one the fastest, most powerful high-resolution optical microscopes on the market...


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