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Growth in R&D Funding in the Life Sciences Industry Drives the Market for Electron Microscopes, According to a New Trend Report Published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc
Date:1/8/2014

San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – An Electron Microscope (EM) is a high-magnification, high-resolution microscope that utilizes an electron beam for illuminating a specimen, and magnifies the image. Modern electron microscopes use specialized frame grabbers or digital cameras for capturing the image to produce electron micrographs. EMs are used for analysing a broad variety of inorganic and biological specimens including cells, microorganisms, biopsy samples, large molecules, crystals, and metals, among others. Global market for electron microscopes has been witnessing growth supported by developments in microelectronics, semiconductors, and robust R&D investments in the life sciences industry. Healthy growth in automotive production in developing countries is poised to benefit use of scanning electron microscope in failure analysis of automotive microelectronic subsystems.

The trend report titled “Electron Microscopes” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., is a focused research paper which provides cursory insights into the product, technology, applications, future prospects and corporate initiatives of key companies worldwide. In addition, the report also provides global market estimates and projections for Electron Microscopes in US dollars for years 2012 through 2017, for product markets such as Scanning Electron Microscopes, Transmission Electron Microscopes, and Others. Also covered are companies such as Advantest Corporation, Agilent Technologies Inc., Carl Zeiss Group, FEI Company, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, JEOL (Europe) BV, Nion Company, Seiko Instruments Inc., Tescan, A.S., and Zyvex Labs LLC, among others.

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