Desktop Imaging

Phenom  Table Top Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is based on the 5th generation Phenom desktop SEM platform and is a high-performance SEM for imaging and analysis. With the Phenom desktop SEM, sample structures can be physically examined and their elemental composition determined. Besides point analysis, the optional Elemental Mapping and Line Scan software allows further analysis of the distribution of elements. Read More

Application Notes

Scanning Electron Microscope

Thermo Fisher Scientific Scanning Electron Microscopes cover all the topographical applications for bio and nano technology characterization. These microscopes combine a wide array of imaging and analytical modalities with new advanced automation to offer the most complete solution of any instrument in its class. Flexibility of different accessories like EDS, WDS, Heating, Cooling, in-situ applications further expand their capabilities. Read More

Plasma Focused Ion Beam

The Helios G4 PFIB CXe DualBeam™ System provides unique capabilities to enable advanced failure analysis of 3D packages and damage-free delayering of semiconductor devices, in addition to a wide range of other large area FIB processing applications.Read More

Dual Beam

Thermo Fisher Dual Beam Focused Ion Beam-Scanning Electron Microscope systems (FIB-SEMs) provide for site-specific material removal, with the SEM then providing non-destructive imaging of the exposed sub-surface features. Our FIB-SEMs are capable of producing ultra-thin samples for S/TEM and creating fully functional nanoscale prototype devices. Read More

Transmission Electron Microscope

Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEMs) fire a beam of electrons through an ultra-thin sample specimen. The electrons interact with the sample as they pass through it, producing information about the internal structure of the sample. Many of the TEMs manufactured by Thermo Fisher Scientific feature fully automated operation and are capable of sub-Ångström resolution. Read More

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Nanoprobing SEM Solutions

Intuitive low current electrical measurements under high vacuum

Robots that let you easily interact with and characterize samples under light and electron microscopes.

Up to 8 independent nanometer positioning resolution probers to achieve steady electrical contacts on even the smallest chip technologies.

Installation of in situ equipment achieved in minutes without permanent modifications of the SEM, avoiding the need for a dedicated microscope. Circular platform can either be mounted on SEM sample stage or loaded via the SEM load lock.

Comprehensive nanoprobing workflow fully managed from Precisio™, a unified and intuitive software suite to control the nanoprobers and acquire measurements.

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Atomic Force Microscope

Park Systems’ comprehensive line of AFMs offers users unparalleled accuracy and ease of use. With AFMs designed specifically to be used in materials science, electronics, life science, nanotechnology, and other areas of research and industry, Park’s tools are trusted to deliver ultra-high resolution with extremely precise measurements quickly and easily.

The Park AFM features the World’s only True non-contact mode that prolongs tip life while preserving the sample, and flexure based independent XY and Z scanner for unparalleled accuracy and resolution. Read More

Application Notes

Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope

The Park NX10 Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy (SICM) module allows researchers to acquire accurate measurements of samples in aqueous environments. Electrochemistry studies using SICM can now pair their investigations of the mechanisms of redox reactions and other phenomena in chemistry with the ability to map their sample’s topography. Read More

AFM Software

Park SmartScan is a revolutionary operating software for Park AFMs that lets even inexperienced, untrained users produce high quality nanoscale imaging through three simple clicks of a mouse in auto mode, which rivals that made by experts using conventional techniques. SmartScan manual mode also provides all of the functions and tools necessary for more seasoned users to feel at home. This combination of extreme versatility, ease-of-use, and quality makes SmartScan the best AFM operating software available. Read More

Application Notes

C-Trap: Optical Tweezers-Fluorescence Microscopy

Dynamic Single Molecule Microscopy

World’s first instrument that combines optical tweezers, confocal microscopy or STED nanoscopy (C-Trap™ SR) and an advanced microfluidics system in a truly integrated and correlated way.

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m-Trap: Optical Tweezers

Unlocking single-molecule analysis

The m-Trap™ optical tweezers was developed to lower the price barrier of advanced single-molecule force spectroscopy instrumentation without compromising on performance.

The m-Trap™ is capable of manipulating and characterizing structural transitions and interactions of biomolecules at the Angstrom scale with ultra-high force resolution, stability & throughput.

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AFS: Parallel Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy

The key to unlocking dynamic single-molecule analysis

The AFS Stand-alone package allows you to perform force spectroscopy measurements straight out of the box. Start your force spectroscopy  experiments right away, without the need for additional imaging tools. With a compact inverted microscope, five AFS flow cells, an intuitive image analysis software and a powerful workstation, the AFS Stand-Alone is the perfect solution for performing multiplexed single-molecule and single-cell experiments. Read More


z-Movi: Cell Interaction Studies

High-throughput label-free cell interaction studies

The z-Movi™ enables the direct and label-free screening and sorting of thousands of cells in parallel based on their interaction to cell or protein targets, with single-cell resolution.

z-Movi™ is a breakthrough technology for research and development of personalized therapies, including immunotherapy. It is the first platform able to directly measure the strength of interaction, or avidity, between cells with specific targets and sort cells of interest, in a high throughput and label-free manner. Read More


u-Flux: Laminar Flow Microfluidics

Perform single-molecule experiments in a laminar flow environment.

u-Flux™ is an integrated solution to reliably perform single-molecule experiments in a laminar flow environment. The u-Flux™ microfluidics system consists of a highly stable passive pressure system, automated fluidic regulation and a laminar flow cell.

The pressure system feeds multiple channels into the laminar flow cell where up to five adjacent flows are created. No physical barriers are separating the highly stable flows, allowing you to freely navigate between DNA, protein and other solutions. Read More


Stereo Microscopes & Macroscopes

Leica stereo microscopes are used in industry, research, laboratories or educational institutions – to view, examine and document specimens in three dimensions. Read More

Applications: Materials & Earth SciencePrinted Circuit Board (PCB) & Electronics ManufacturingMedical Device ManufacturingZebrafish ResearchMetals & Machine Engineering

Inverted Light Microscopes

Perform Cutting-edge Life Science research or Industrial and Materials inspection and measurement quickly and efficiently with modular inverted microscopes from Leica Microsystems. Read More

Application areas: Metal WorkingFoundriesIron and Steel Industry

Upright Light Microscopes

Get the publication-quality imaging, smallest details, inspect and document results efficiently with customizable upright microscope solution you need for your research with Leica Microsystems. Read More

Application areas: Energy, Mining and Natural ResourcesGeology, Environmental, Palaeontology, and Earth Science MicroscopesMaterials Science, Physics, and EngineeringEarth Science Education

Digital Microscopes

Digital Microscopes from Leica Microsystems helps the user for inspection, documentation, and analyses such as measurement in 2D and 3D as well as 3D topographies in surface metrology. Read More

Application : Materials & Earth Science, Geology, Environmental, Palaeontology and Earth Science, Materials Science, Physics, and Engineering

Microscope Cameras

Microscope cameras from Leica are particularly remarkable for their fast live images, short reaction times, high resolution and clear contrast. And they are compatible with all Leica microscopes and macroscopes. Read More

Application areas: Watchmaking IndustryEnergy, Mining and Natural ResourcesMetals & Machine EngineeringGeology, Environmental, Palaeontology, and Earth Science MicroscopesMaterials Science, Physics, and EngineeringMedical Device Manufacturing

Microscope Software

Microscope imaging software from Leica Microsystems combines microscope, digital camera and accessories into one fully integrated solution. Read More

Laboratory Information Management System

Quartz LIMS systems are designed to be highly configurable. Every deployment meets the unique workflow, business rules and terminology of each customer. It delivers the stability of proven software with benefits of custom software in every system.

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FDA 21 CFR Part 11 For Digital Images

Maintaining compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 with your microscope images is challenging. Therefore specialized software is required to audit every processing step and to keep read only copies of every predecessor version of each image.

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Automated semiconductor Feature Measurement

Simply click inside a feature and measurements are performed automatically. The measurement results are displayed in the image and the PCI measurement grid. The data can be easily exported via csv file and the images and measurement data  can be quickly added to a PCI report.

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Digital Image Acquisition, Processing and Measurement

Quartz PCI is the preferred microscope image acquisition and archiving solution of thousands of researchers around the world. PCI helps you manage all aspects of the image processing including image capture, measurement, annotation, archiving and retrieval.

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Instrument Access Control and Scheduling

The Gatekeeper option of the Quartz LIMS systems provides functions for scheduling and controlling access to your instruments. Instruments can be secured with user names and password or with optional RFID card readers. Users of your facility can book instrument time via the web.

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Remote Control and Collaboration for Microscopes

Quartz Imaging offers solutions for instrument remote control over the internet and for interactive collaboration between the analyst at the instrument and remote, web based users.

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Sample Vitrification

Improve speed and quality in Cryo-TEM sample preparation with Vitrobot

Vitrobot completely automates the vitrification process to provide fast, easy, reproducible sample preparation – the first step in obtaining high quality images and repeatable experimental results. Read More

Specimen Holders

A range of high performance specimen holders for Transmission Electron Microscopy. Read More

Peltier Cooling Stages for SEM

Developed for use in low vacuum and natural SEMs, peltier-cooled stages accurately control dehydration from wet specimens.

The Coolstage is a Peltier-driven SEM cooling stage for scanning electron microscopy (SEM), low vacuum (LV) or variable pressure (VP) applications. The stage can be cooled to sub-zero temperatures for specimens that

may be sensitive at ambient temperature, subject to beam damage, or may otherwise ‘sublime’ (lose water) at ambient temperatures. Read More

Advanced Imaging & Diffraction Tools (NanoMegas) for TEM

NanoMegas novel digital DigiSTAR precision unit in combination with electron diffractometer Pleiades can be adapted to a commercial TEM (100-400 kV old as well as new) and can combine with 3d diffraction tomography to solve nanocrystals structures, otherwise difficult to solve by conventional X-Ray diffraction techniques.

Precision diffraction is also useful to enhance /optimize EELS / EDS spectra and allow to have better data.

We provide installation and service support of NanoMegas products on Thermo Fisher TEM columns. Read More

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1) Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy:

Simultaneous Topographical and Electrochemical Mapping using Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy – Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SICM-SECM)

2) Piezoelectric Force Microscopy:

Piezoelectric Force Microscopy: Multilayered Ceramic Capacitor

3) PinPoint Nanomechanical mode:

PinPoint Nanomechanical Mode Using Probes with Different Stiffness

4) Scanning Kelvin Probe Microscope:

How to obtain sample potential data for SKPM measurement

1) Nanofibers:

Chemical Recognition in Nanofibers Made Possible with hyPIR Imaging

2) Solar Cell:

Nanoscale Chemical Mapping of Perovskite Solar Cell

3) MoS2 Layers:

Nanoscale Identification of MoS2 Layers and Defects

4) Nano Photonics:

Nano Photonics