ZEISS presents the new generation of its proven high performance scanning electron microscope (SEM): The new instruments of the ZEISS EVO family come with a variety of improvements regarding usability, image quality and seamless integration into multimodal workflows. With its comprehensive range of available options, the ZEISS EVO family can be tailored precisely to requirements in life sciences, material sciences, or routine industrial quality assurance.
ZEISS will strengthen its activities in Russia, the Ukraine, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Georgia by acquiring a majority stake in the OPTEC Group, – the long-standing sales and service partner responsible for this territory.
From October 9 to October 11 a Confocal Microscopy School was held in Saint Petersburg. Lectures and workshops were attended by more than 50 visitors. The sessions were hosted by the leading scientific and research institutions of the city: Pediatric Research and Clinical Center for Infectious Diseases of FMBI (FSBI PRCCID FMBI) and V.L. Komarov Botanical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences.
ZEISS presents AT LARA next generation EDoF IOL, new all-in-one OPMI LUMERA 700 surgical microscope, and CLARUS 500 Ultra-widefield imaging. During the 35th congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) in Lisbon Portugal, the Medical Technology business group of ZEISS continues to expand its comprehensive portfolio of integrated ophthalmic diagnostic and surgical solutions with the introduction of new technologies that help doctors to more effectively and efficiently advance clinical care and provide superior outcomes for their patients.