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The first product produced by Olympus was a microscope, introduced in Japan in 1920. Since then, Olympus has become the leading provider of precision microscopes and microscope systems to clinical laboratories, science, engineering, education, food, agricultural, fishery, animal husbandry and research industries. Olympus bioimaging technologies are assisting a variety of the latest scientific researches in biology and medicine, which will help define the next generation of healthcare, including the elucidation of brain functions, mechanisms for cancer formation and metastasis, drug action and immunity mechanisms, and iPS cell technology.
System biological microscopes, inverted biological microscopes, stereo microscopes, confocal laser scanning microscopes, single-molecule fluorescence detection systems, microscope system equipment, peripherals