Super-resolution microscopy is one of the most significant developments in biological imaging since the invention of the microscope. Super-high resolution microscopes, with capabilities that seemed impossible just a decade ago, have arrived, greatly extending the boundaries of cellular imaging. Nikon has recently introduced two new systems, based on two highly effective technologies developed by researchers at Harvard and UCSF, respectively.
All-new super-resolution microscope featuring acquisition speeds ten times faster than conventional N-STORM systems.
Super-resolution microscope system which exceeds traditional diffraction limits by an order of magnitude and is capable of 3D image acquisition.
All-new personal structured illumination super-resolution system for the individual lab.
Structured illumination super-resolution microscope delivering twice the resolution of traditional diffraction limited microscopes.