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WLAN-capability

Turning microscopes in the classroom into a wireless imaging system

Today’s educational landscape is changing rapidly thanks to technological advances. Introducing wireless capabilities to science classrooms enables lecturers to teach and students to learn in an…

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Collaboration

Partnership to enhance pharma drug development and single cell research

Olympus and Cytosurge AG, developer of the disruptive and patented FluidFM technology, announced their collaboration to significantly expand the awareness and availability of the FluidFM BOT* – a…

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Ultra-thin and polished

Next-generation objectives push boundaries of microscopy

Olympus has broken down barriers to imaging quality with the launch of its next-generation objectives. The breakthrough polishing technique enables the company to produce ultra-thin lenses that…

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Product of the Month

Make Your Application Digital – with the EP50 Stand-alone Network Camera

Bring your application into the digital world and combine the new Olympus EP50 camera with our wide range of microscopes. Add the accesoires you need and choose the kit that fits your requirements.…

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Product of the month

Faster decision making with Olympus’ intelligent DP74 camera

Accelerate your workflow with the intelligent, high-resolution DP74 brightfield and fluorescence camera from Olympus. Histologists and pathologists face intense, rushed workloads where every minute…

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Product of the month

Olympus Color Cameras – Confidence in Your Images

Let your images tell the story with Olympus’ high-quality digital color cameras for microscopy in hospitals. With crisp, noise-free images and 4K UHD live viewing, the Olympus UC90 and SC180…

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Product of the Month

Olympus BX46 microscope – Protecting operators with ergonomics

In microscopy, ergonomics is particularly important as long periods at the microscope put unusually specific constraints on posture. In certain roles, such as in pathology, microscopy forms a…

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Competition

Olympus Image of the Year – Celebrating art in science

Olympus’ Image of the Year Award for light microscopy in Europe recognizes the very best in life science imaging. Inspired by the beauty and breadth of images submitted for Image of the Year 2017,…

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Product of the Month

cellSens 2.1 – More Imaging for Less

Olympus cellSens 2.1 offers improved capabilities for flexible camera and microscope control and enables researchers to create sharp, noise-free images in less time. Helping to drive microscopy…

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Illumination

Reliable Diagnoses with Olympus True Color LED

Ensure reliable diagnoses in pathology with Olympus’ market-leading LED technology. True Color LED illumination is a durable, bright light source especially designed to closely match halogen…

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Innovation

Show every detail at every magnification with Olympus’ SC180 4K camera

Facilitating precise sample documentation and audience engagement, Olympus’ 18 megapixel SC180 camera shows unprecedented detail, especially at low magnifications. The easy-to-use and…

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Microscopy

Olympus BX53 Microscope – Stay comfortable while you work

In the modern world, ergonomics is everywhere – and when microscopy is a big part of your daily routine, ergonomics should be at the forefront. Olympus’ BX53 microscope is designed with…

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Microscopy

Olympus BX Microscopes – The New Standard in Ergonomics and Productivity

Olympus BX46 and BX53 clinical microscopes feature the latest innovations in clinical microscopy, delivering comfortable, ergonomic setups, as well as accurate color rendering from a bright, durable…

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Light microscopy

When science becomes art – Olympus Image of the Year award

Olympus is celebrating art in science with a competition to find the best light microscopy images taken in the EMEA region this year.

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Microscopy

New Olympus BX53 microscope with True Color LED

Olympus’ new BX53 microscope provides bright, sharp images with excellent color rendering performance equivalent to halogen lamps. The long-life LED light source, the True Color LED, is brighter…

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Microscopy

Olympus’ CX3 series: Get comfortable in your routine

Ideal for high-throughput, regular use, Olympus’ ergonomic CX43 and CX33 microscopes deliver superior comfort and reduce fatigue during long periods of routine microscopy.

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Microscopy

Intelligent imaging with Olympus’ DP74 camera

Helping to save time and increase comfort at the microscope, Olympus’ new DP74 camera delivers intelligent imaging with a range of innovative features designed to facilitate the workflow and…

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Details

4K Microscopy - See more, show more, save time

Saving time and facilitating analyses, the Olympus UC90 microscope camera maximises information captured from samples with ease and simplicity. Featuring a 1-inch 9 Mpx CCD, the UC90 combines 4K…

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Captivating

The ultra high-definition monitor

The same 4K ultra-high-definition (UHD) technology that is surging as the next wave in consumer television has broken into the medical market with the presentation of two first-to-market laparoscopes.

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Virtual microscope images at your fingertips

Olympus launches its OlyVIA Mobile iPad App, an image viewer dedicated to virtual slides.

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Endoscopy systems

Olympus has led the field in advancing endoscopic technology. Just when experts and users thought no further optimisation was possible, Olympus placed another major innovation in the marketplace –…

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Instantaneous imaging, without the need for a computer

Olympus has released a new standalone controller for the 5 megapixel DP26 camera. Using the controller, it is possible to view samples and capture images directly on a monitor screen with no need for…

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Unrivalled performance in fluorescence slide scanning

Olympus VS120 virtual slide scanning system earns three awards at the prestigious second International Scanner Contest.

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Now fully integrated

The compact endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) processor EU-ME1 from Olympus is completely integrated.

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The new EVIS EXERA III

Major developments in endoscope technology were at the top of the agenda when European Hospital editors visited the European headquarters of Olympus in Hamburg, Germany.

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New service contracts for reprocessing endoscopy systems

Smooth, flawlessly running reprocessing systems ensure regulatory hygiene standards as well as the constant availability of all endoscopes. To this end, along with the established Partnership and…

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An integrated system for LESS surgery

Olympus Deutschland GmbH (http://www.olympus.de) is at Medica showing its integrated system for LESS surgery. Laparoscopic surgery involves an insufflation of the abdomen with carbon dioxide gas,…

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Video Capsule Endoscopy

In 2000, the Israeli firm Given Imaging introduced Video Capsule Endoscopy (VCE), a new technology initially devoted to small bowel examination. Since then, the EndoCapsule from Olympus Japan,…

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Journey to the stomach

The journey into the self becomes reality: Siemens Healthcare and Olympus Medical

Systems Corporation announce collaborative development of advanced magnetically

guided…

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Olympus Surgical Technologies Europe

From 1 April 2010, the Olympus Group will be pooling its expertise in the field of minimally invasive diagnostics and therapy under a common “Olympus Surgical Technologies Europe” umbrella. To…

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The Olympus DP21 digital microscopy camera

The new Olympus DP21 digital microscopy camera for high-definition (HD) image capture is suitable for use in life science and materials microscopy. The 2.11 megapixel stand-alone camera allows easy…

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LESS Surgery

Introduced in mid-2007, Laparo-Endoscopic Single- Site Surgery (LESS Surgery) has shown itself as one of the most significant innovations in medical technology, and Olympus is among the first to…

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Olympus is offering LESS Surgery

Laparo-Endoscopic Single-Site Surgery (LESS Surgery) is one of the most significant innovations in medical technology. Olympus is now one of the first providers in the world to offer a complete…

A strategic acquisition of the Olympus Laboratory unit

Beckman Coulter Inc, manufacturer of medical test systems, has agreed to acquire the diagnostic systems portion of Olympus Corporation's life sciences business.

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Laboratory automation in practice

The privately owned Laborärzte Sindelfingen in Sindelfingen, near Stuttgart, Germany, houses a specialist medical laboratory and a laboratory association*. In 2001 the management decided to…

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Beckman Coulter to aquire lab-based Diagnostics business from Olympus Corporation

Beckman Coulter, Inc., a leading developer, manufacturer, and marketer of products that simplify, automate, and innovate complex biomedical tests, and Olympus Corporation, a Tokyo-headquartered…

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The Olympus Medical Training Centre

At the Olympus Medical Training Centre (OMTC), sited at the successful Olympus Winter & Ibe (OWI) subsidiary in Hamburg, the firm's investment of three million euros has resulted in a centre…

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Olympus presents new clinical chemistry systems

Olympus is presenting the AU480, the newest member of its clinical chemistry analyser family. With a throughput of up to 800 tests per hour, an ISE module and on board capacity of 63 different…

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The AU480 clinical chemistry anaylser

Olympus will present the latest member of its clinical chemistry analyser family at Medica.

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Olympus Analyser most reliable

It runs and runs and runs…The Olympus AU640 clinical chemistry analyser is the most reliable analyser considering a period of 12 months. This is the result published in the NHS Purchasing and Supply…

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Automation: a five-year experience

Work procedures have been radically simplified since, over one weekend five years ago, two specialist laboratories owned by Dr Helge Riegel GmbH Medical Supply Centre in Wiesbaden, Germany, installed…

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The global Research and Development Centre for Life Science

Olympus, which recently opened the global Research and Development Centre for Life Science in Munich, will invest around euro 15m in this project.

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Transcending tradition

The theatre is spectacular. Its immaculate cornflower blue glass walls surround space age technology — the EndoALPHA system. Even that name suggests something that surpasses what existed before;…

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AU-Connector transports Olympus to the fast lane

Rising costs, budgets and regulatory requirements have shaken up all medical areas except one — laboratory medicine. Now the wind has changed direction, affecting in-house labs, lab service…

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Virtual slide for real analysis

The updated Olympus dotSlide digital virtual microscopy system can scan entire slides at high resolution and fidelity, making them accessible and fully navigable anywhere in the world.

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For use with microscopes

The new Olympus E-330 micro-imaging system for microscopy includes the world's first digital SLR camera to show real-time frame images on the LCD, the company reports. `The system is based around a…

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Microscopy: Single-Lens Reflex camera shows real-time frame images

The Olympus E-330 digital micro-imaging system promises new perspectives for biological procedures: With the unique digital Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) camera real-time frame images can be shown on a…

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