Nominated for the German Future Prize (Deutscher Zukunftspreis) 2022 (from left to right): Ralf Wolleschensky, Dr Jörg Siebenmorgen and Dr Thomas Kalkbrenner Picture: Deutscher Zukunftspreis/Ansgar Pudenz

Zeiss microscope developers win German President’s award

The award, presented by Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of Germany, honours scientists for exceptional achievements in technology, engineering and the life sciences

Biological imaging reaches new depths

Shaping light wavefronts is improving many areas of microscopy – and is enabling Nobel Prize winner Eric Betzig’s most important work yet, finds Andy Extance

Zeiss O-Select

The new Zeiss O-Select optical measuring system closes gaps in the quality assurance process. Thanks to its high level of automation and ease of use, 2D measurements can be completed quickly and reproducibly

Zeiss LSM 800

ZEISS is introducing a new compact confocal laser scanning microscope for high-end confocal imaging, ZEISS LSM 800. Tailored to the needs of a broad range of applications in individual research environments, the system complements the recently introduced


Zeiss has introduced super-resolution photo activated localisation microscopy with a new line, Elyra. Users can capture resolved structures in 3D, while leaving the sample fit for long-term observation

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