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ZEISS has won the contract to install state-of-the-art projection technology in the planetarium at Seoul Science Park in South Korea in March 2023. The hybrid system for the 11 m dome is based on the combination of optical-mechanical and digital projection with integrated control. The analog component is a ZEISS ASTERION Starball for impressive depiction of the starry night sky. It is the latest version of a ZEISS star projector.
ZEISS Lattice Lightsheet 7 enables the gentle 3D imaging of living cells Today, the Office of the Federal President announced the nominations for the German Future Prize (Deutscher Zukunftspreis) at the German Museum in Munich. ZEISS experts Dr. Thomas Kalkbrenner, Dr. Jörg Siebenmorgen and Ralf Wolleschensky have been nominated for the 2022 German Future Prize. Their project: the innovative microscope ZEISS Lattice Lightsheet 7 for the gentle 3D imaging of living cells. By combining imaging that protects samples with high resolution, the system allows researchers to observe subcellular dynamics in 3D over hours and days, which was not previously possible with other microscopy technologies. This opens up new possibilities, such as for cancer research or understanding life at its earliest stages. With this award, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier honors scientists and their innovations that unlock scientific potential and create jobs.
ZEISS introduces unique digitization system for virtual microscopy, collaboration and machine learning data analytics
ZEISS and Williams Racing announced a partnership with ZEISS becoming an Official Supplier of the team ahead of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Champi onship.