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The Chemistry department of McGill Univeristy has selected the LVEM5 Benchtop electron microscope to add to its research instrumentation. Dr. Amy Blum's research group focuses on creating novel nanostructured devices and materials through self assembly...
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology at the University of Waterloo has selected the LVEM5 Low voltage TEM to be added to their research instrumentation. The Low voltage imaging capabilities of the LVEM5 will give the team much needed contrast when imaging self-assembled of metallo-block copolymers...
The LVEM5 will be used by Health Canada researchers in the analysis of viruses, bacteria and nanoparticles.
Siluria Technologies, a venture backed start-up company located in San Francisco, has purchased a LVEM5 Benchtop TEM (with SEM and STEM modes) to complement its array of high throughput based synthesis tools and high throughput heterogeneous catalysis reactor tools. Siluria will be using the LVEM5 to help invent and optimize novel metal and metal oxide...