Partnerships promoting specialized research through advanced imaging
The Vanderbilt University Nikon Center of Excellence offers researchers across campus access to state-of-the-art microscopy tools.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU)
The FAU Nikon Center of Excellence, a partnership with the FAU Brain institute, seeks to provide scientists and trainees across the university’s six campuses with access to high-performance, cellular imaging tools to advance the study of fundamental biological mechanisms and their contributions to human disorders.
Princeton’s Nikon Center of Excellence was established to provide cutting-edge imaging technology to the local scientific community and to establish a mechanism for the exchange of ideas, methodologies and technologies between Princeton’s investigators and Nikon’s technology development teams.
National University of Rosario, Argentina
The Max Planck Laboratory for Structural Biology, Chemistry and Molecular Biophysics of Rosario (MPLbioR) at the Rosario National University is the site of the first Nikon International Center of Microscopy and Excellence in Latin America.
The University of Puerto Rico
The Building for Molecular Sciences (ECM) is a joint project of UPR and the Medical Sciences Campus (RCM), the facility houses the most advanced scientific instrumentation Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. it is the first and only building in Puerto Rico devoted entirely to scientific research.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Nikon Instruments USA has partnered with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, to open a Nikon Center of Excellence for advanced biological imaging.
Washington University in St. Louis
The fundamental goal of the Washington University Center for Cellular Imaging (WUCCI) is to provide access to an integrated infrastructure of light and charged particle based cellular imaging technologies.
University of Minnesota
The University Imaging Centers (UIC) serve internal and external research clients in the design of imaging experiments, choice of and training on suitable imaging systems, and subsequent image processing, visualization and analysis.
King’s College London
The Nikon Centre of Excellence at King’s College London is a light microscopy core facility situated within the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute.
ONIRIS / IRS-UN
ONIRIS and IRS-UN have been established in partnership with Nikon, as a cutting-edge microscopy facility to enable scientists access to Nikon advanced imaging instruments
Heinrich Pette Institute - Hamburg
The NIKON Center of Excellence is a cooperation project between the Heinrich Pette Institute, Leibniz Institute for Experimental Virology and the Nikon GmbH business unit microscopy solutions.
The Nikon Center of Excellence at Charité Berlin is for Advanced Medical BioImaging (AMBIO) and is dedicated to do translational research.
Belozersky Institute of Physico-Chemical Biology
A new Nikon Centre of Excellence in Super Resolution Microscopy and Correlative Microscopy is opened in partnership between Nikon Instruments Europe and the A.N.Belozersky Institute of Physico-Chemical Biology at Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Medical University of Graz / University of Graz
Nikon Instruments Europe has partnered with the Medical University of Graz and the University of Graz to open a new Center of Excellence for Superresolution Microscopy: Cells and Organelles.
University of Amsterdam
Nikon Instruments has partnered with the University of Amsterdam to open a new Center of Excellence in Super Resolution microscopy development. The Center of Excellence is a state-of-the-art facility, enabling research across a broad range of disciplines.
Nikon Instruments Europe has partnered with the Karolinska Institutet to create a Center of Excellence to explore the performance of Nikon microscopes, confocal microscopes and NIS elements software for high content screening applications.
Institute of Experimental Medicine
The Nikon Microscopy Center at Institute of Experimental Medicine (NMC at IEM) is a core facility for light microscopy developed in partnership with Nikon Austria GmbH. and Auro-Science Consulting Kft.