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PALO ALTO , Calif., July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- As the light microscopes marketapproaches maturity, the market for electron and scanning probe microscopesappears set to grow at a steady pace. Nanotechnology applications inbioscience and material science research will likely boost demand formicroscopic imaging and analysis systems. In addition, a wide spectrum ofemerging end-user opportunities in bioscience and genome research, holdpromise for future market growth.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan(http://www.testandmeasurement.frost.com), World Microscopes Markets, revealsthat revenues in this market totaled
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Increased investment and research in the biomedical industry will likelyheighten the need for more accurate and higher-resolution microscopes. Apartfrom scientific research and nanotechnology, emerging opportunities inbioscience and genome research also drives the market for microscopes. Inorder to keep pace with changing end-user needs, vendors have also begundeveloping advanced microscopes with imaging software to track living cells inbiomedical applications and genome research.
"With the continued miniaturization of semiconductors and electronicproducts, there exists a growing need for easier and more accurate materialinspection," notes Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Lakshman Koundinya."Consequently, there has been a significant increase in funds allocated forresearch into fields such as nanotechnology and nanosciences, thereby creatingsignificant demand opportunities for microscopes."