Did you know that ZEISS Objectives received three technical oscars for capturing perfect moments on celluloid? 1901 the first non-German subsidiary in London marks the start of global expansion - today ZEISS is present in more than 40 countries with over 25.000 employees.
But ZEISS does never stand still and invests ongoing in innovations and currently holds more than 8.000 patents.
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John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser solve the question how the brain creates a map of the room, that we are situated in. They used for their discovery different light- and stereo microscopes from ZEISS.
Carl Zeiss opens a workshop for precision mechanics and optics in Jena.
Carl Zeiss sells his first compound microscope
Start of a new era: the invention of the first anastigmatic lens with distortion-free imaging
First Greenough stereomicroscope is manufactured
A big part of my success is due to your excellent microscopes, writes Robert Koch Carl Zeiss
Carl Zeiss revolutionizes the calculation and manufacturing of eyeglass lenses with PUNKTAL
Photos of the first lunar landing were taken with Zeiss lenses
Zur Hausen discovered the Human Papillomavirus can cause cervical cancer with the ZEISS EM 900
Carl Zeiss is the first to enter the market with an integrated, digital Widefield Imaging-System.
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