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June 2016LaVision BioTec launches the new optic series for the UltraMicroscopeNow on sale: 4x and 1.3x multi immersion dipping lens; applicable for water and organic solvents; can be adapted to various refraction indexes: 1.3 to 1.6. The new detection setup is capable for combining different infinity corrected objective lenses. For more information please contact: email@example.comMai 2016LaVision BioTec on News MedicalLaVision BioTec to debut latest light sheet microscope at analytica 2016 >>
September 2015UltraMicroscope User MeetingThe first UltraMicroscope User Meeting took place at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in Münster, 21-22 September. Participants were cordially invited to join with all active and prospective UltraMicroscope users in a forum on the latest developments in light sheet microscopy.
June 2015LaVision BioTec at the 2015 Yale Microscopy WorkshopMai 2015LaVision BioTec presents the new horizontal 2-Photon MicroscopeA new 2-photon laser scanning microscope that allows sample rotation by 360°.April 2015LaVision BioTec presents the new DoubleheaderA system combines a single scan head with both upright and inverted stands which can be used alternately.
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March 2014Light Sheet Microscope 2nd GenerationIn 2009 the first commercial light sheet microscope was launched by LaVision BioTec. Today we present the 2nd generation of our light sheet microscope which has been inspired by our user’s feedback.January 2014The new microscope stageLaVision BioTec presents the new microscope stage for in vivo imaging featuring high flexibility and extended travel ranges.
May 2013New TriM Scope Multiphoton, Ti:Sa and OPO paper by Wolfgang WeningerNature Immunology: Wolfgang Weninger from the Australian Centenary Institute and his colleagues used Multiphoton Microscopy to describe the vital role of certain immune cells in the infectious or allergic reactions of the skin. See the abstract.April 2013Delta Optics represents LaVision BioTec in Spain and PortugalLaVision BioTec GmbH has issued the exclusive marketing licences for its products in Spain and Protugal to »Delta Optics«, Madrid. See our contact page.March 2013Ultramicroscope data enter EMBO coverThe article "A novel multistep mechanism for initial lymphangiogenesis in mouse embryos based on ultramicroscopy" by René Hägerling et al. published in The EMBO Journal ( Is. 32, Number 5, 06 March 2013) reveals new insights into the lymphoangiogenesis. We would like to congratulate the researchers on their outstanding results. The cover of The EMBO Journal (2013, 32) displays a series of images acquired with the Ultramicroscope. Thanks to all concerned parties for the interesting data.
January 2012Imaging of lymphatic vessels and lymphocytes in the CNSTwo new articles on TriM Scope two-photon microscopy:Intravital two-photon microscopy of developing lymphatic vessel by Hägerling, Pollmann, Kremer, Andresen and Kiefer from the Max-Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in Münster.In vivo imaging of lymphocytes in the CNS by Herz, Paterka, Niesner, Brandt, Siffrin, Leuenberger, Birkenstock, Mossakowski, Glumm, Zipp, Radbruch H. from Klinik für Neurologie, Universitätsklinik Essen.June 2012ZIM award 2012 for the LaVision BioTec Light Sheet MicroscopeLaVision BioTec is awarded the ZIM distinction 2012. The German Ministry for Economy and Technology honors the light sheet microscope from LaVision BioTec as a cutting edge imaging technology. The Ultramicroscope project is a model of successful cooperation between a company and universities. The product launch in 2009 was the result of this efficient collaboration.July 2012New homepageLaVision BioTec launches its new homepage.
TriMScope with Ti:Sa and OPO
TriMScope with two laser sources (Ti:Sa and OPO) used to carry out "Label-free live brain imaging and targeted patching with third-harmonic generation microscopy" by Groot, Mansvelder and coworkers from VU Amsterdam.
New facility for LaVision BioTec
LaVision BioTec moves into its new company building in Bielefeld at the Astastrasse 14.
Intravital imaging and OPO
Expanding Two-Photon Intravital Microscopy to the Infrared
by Means of Optical Parametric Oscillator
by Raluca Niesner
"...higher resolution deep within tissue, increased penetration depths, a reduction of
First Ultramicroscopes installed
LaVision BioTec delivers first Ultramicroscopes in Europe and the USA.