Tuesday, March 8, 2011

TESCAN delivers VEGA 3 scanning electron microscope to MIT

CRANBERRY TWP., USA: TESCAN, a leading manufacturer of scanning electron microscopes and focused ion beam workstations has delivered a VEGA 3 Scanning Electron Microscope to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The VEGA 3 SEM will support the undergraduate students in the mechanical engineering program, specifically in the Micro and Nano Engineering lab. This course, co-founded by Dr. Sang-Gook Kim encourages creative thinking through hands on experience via building, observing and manipulating micro and nano scale structures in three streams (MEMS, Microfluidics and Nano Materials).

“We are honored to have the TESCAN technology being utilized by a premier institution such as MIT,” said Jaroslav Klima, CEO of TESCAN. “This is confirmation that the performance and ease of use of the TESCAN technology is conducive to supporting leading research in multi-user environments.”

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