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Electron Microscopy at ETH Zurich

 

ScopeM (Scientific Center for Optical and Electron Microscopy, formerly EMEZ) comprises members from several departments, including Inorganic Chemistry, Cell Biology, Geology, Materials Science, and Solid State Physics. The main aim of the EMEZ is to use and maintain the existing electron microscopes most efficiently and to optimize the microscopy infrastructure according to the needs of the members. Furthermore, research projects on various electron microscopy topics are being performed (partly in close cooperation with the members) and service and support is provided.

For electron microscopy investigations at the ScopeM, conducted either by the user itself or as a service by the ScopeMstaff, the submission of a project proposal is required.

 

 

For EM in the Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, the responsible person is Frank Krumeich.

 
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modified: 17 March, 2016 by F. Krumeich | © ETH Zürich and the authors