Leica Microsystems opens dedicated microscopy lab in Japan

Leica Microsystems (Wetzlar, Germany) has opened a laboratory in Tokyo, Japan, dedicated to product demonstrations of the company's microscopy systems and workshops. The lab—dubbed the Experience Lab—also serves as a showroom for microscopy users who wish to familiarize themselves with instruments and accessories such as cameras, illumination, and software. Users are free to bring their own samples to observe with the systems and can also take advantage of a sample preparation service.

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Takashi Ueno, president of Leica Microsystems KK in Tokyo, explains that the new lab also has onsite application specialists available to answer questions, give advice, and offer training on the company's imaging systems.



The lab, located in the company's Tokyo office, is equipped with microscopy systems for clinical, life science, and industrial applications. For more information, please visit https://xlab.leica-microsystems.com.

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