Learning Labs: A new perspective on stem
Until now, if you wanted to see an electron microscope, you had to take a field trip. Today, one can come to you. The Hitachi TM3030, a tabletop electron microscope, can be loaned to your school district, science museum, community college, technical institute or university. After a brief training session, you can use it to inspire and educate your students. We’ve also prepared instructional modules, called Learning Labs, with the University of California-Berkeley and the Georgia Institute of Technology to help you instruct students of all ages, from grade-schoolers to graduate students.
Take a Closer Look at the TM3030
The TM3030 is a true scanning electron microscope with a simple touchscreen interface any instructor can master. Unlike standard microscopes, which use light and lenses, the TM3030 uses a beam of highly energized electrons to examine objects on a very fine scale—up to 30,000x magnification. Such precision is used by scientists in medicine, nanotechnology research, biology, geology, semiconductors, archaeology, aerospace, forensics, entomology, oceanography, and more.
Electron Microscopy in Our World
The electron microscope is utilized for a variety of applications including materials science, biological research, and industrial manufacturing.
- Aerospace Research
- Food Industry
- Materials Research
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