Amsterdam Scientific Instruments (Website)
Amsterdam Scientific Instruments is a fast growing high-tech company based at the Science Park in Amsterdam. We develop imaging detectors for X-rays, electron microscopy and mass spectrometry.  Our hybrid pixel detectors are based on Cern‘s Timepix/Medipix technology and have been implemented by many leading research institutes worldwide. It is our absolute goal to deliver and continue developing high performance, high quality detection and imaging products and technology to accelerate research.


Bruker (Website)
Bruker Nano GmbH develops, manufactures and markets X-ray systems and components for elemental and structural analysis on the micro- and nano-scale. Bruker offers the widest available variety of spectrometers, detectors, X-ray sources and optics, along with expert advice on configuring the optimal analysis system.



Gatan (Website)
Gatan, Inc. is the world's leading manufacturer of instrumentation and software used to enhance and extend the operation and performance of electron microscopes. Gatan products, which are fully compatible with nearly all electron microscope models, cover the entire range of the research process—from specimen preparation and manipulation to imaging and analysis.


Hitachi (Website)
Hitachi High-Technologies Co., a leading supplier of electron microscopes and scientific instrument solutions, is a global company that is moreover engaged in a broad range of fields, including electronic device systems, life sciences, information systems & electronic components and advanced industrial products. Hitachi High-Technologies is a subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd. founded in 1947, the Headquarter is located in Tokyo and operates 20 offices in Japan and 60 offices in twenty-three countries, with over 10,000 employees worldwide.

JEOL (Website)
As the world’s largest supplier of electron-optical and analytical systems, JEOL contributes to the advancement of society through science. With our wide range of ultra-high performance electron microscopes, JEOL offers solutions for even the most advanced fields of research. Get to know our solutions!

Leica Microsystems (Website)
Leica Microsystems develops and manufactures microscopes and scientific instruments for the analysis of microstructures and nanostructures. Widely recognized for optical precision and innovative technology, the company is one of the market leaders in compound and stereo microscopy, digital microscopy, confocal laser scanning and super-resolution microscopy with related imaging systems, electron microscopy sample preparation, and surgical microscopy.



NanoMEGAS (Website)
NanoMEGAS was established in 2004 and specialises in advanced electron diffraction techniques for TEM. It was the first to develop and commercialise Precession Electron Diffraction (PED) products to reduce dynamical effects and improve the application of electron diffraction techniques in TEM. These applications include: Phase & Orientation Mapping  (ASTAR) at the nm scale, Strain mapping with a sensitivity of 0.02%, Diffraction Tomography (ADT-3D) for crystal structure determination  of  nm sized  crystals and Electron Pair Distribution Function (e-PDF) for analysis of amorphous materials. This advanced product range is compatible with most commercial TEMs’.


Physical Electronics GMBH (Website)
Since more than 21 years Physical Electronics GmbH is located in Munich, Germany. We offer analytical equipment for Surface Science, Photothermal IR Spectroscopy (PTIR), Organic Analysis and nanomechanical Testing. We offer the mIRage, the only simultaneous submicron IR & Raman Microscope. Getting Raman and IR results at the same time, from the same spot and with the same resolution. Our latest product is the swiss made In- situ Nanoindenter affordable in a tight budget environment which can be fitted to various kinds of microscopes (e.g. SEM).





Protochips (Website)
Protochips is a leading developer, manufacturer and servicer of analytical equipment, software and semiconductor sample supports designed to allow in situ experimentation within an electron microscope while maintaining the safety of the microscope and the users. Protochips offers a completed and integrated suite of analytical systems for heating and electrical testing in vacuum, flowing or static liquids and flowing or static gas environments.


ThermoFisher (Website)
Thermo Fisher Scientific is the world leader in serving science, with revenues of more than $20 billion and approximately 70,000 employees globally. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. Our innovative solutions for microscopy and microanalysis combined with advanced software suites take customers from questions to usable data by combining high-resolution imaging with physical, elemental, chemical, and electrical analysis across scales and modes—through the broadest sample types.​





TVIPS (Website)
TVIPS manufactures high-performance camera systems for Transmission Electron Microscopy with resolutions up to 64 megapixel. Image processing software packages allow seamless integration into any type of microscope. Our TEM cameras are based on custom designed CMOS technology with active pixel sensors, featuring high dynamic range and exceptional acquisition speed.