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Electron Microscopy Solutions

FEI Netherlands

Achtseweg Noord 5, Bldg
5651 GG Eindhoven
The Netherlands
Phone: +31 40 23 56000
Fax: +31 40 23 56634

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Eindhoven is the fifth largest city in the Netherlands and a dynamic European center for high-tech innovation. From international corporations and a leading high-tech university to small businesses and start-ups, over one hundred companies and institutions call Eindhoven home. It’s also home to FEI’s European main office, which plays a fundamental role in our research, product development, sales and support efforts. If you’re looking for diverse career opportunities, this is a great place to be.

Come to work here and chances are you’ll enjoy your breaks as much as your work. Fresh fruit is brought in weekly from local farms and is free for all employees; the automatic coffee machines are as high-tech as our imaging instruments (well, maybe not quite); and the daily table tennis and darts competitions draw as many avid fans as they do participants. You can even join the volleyball team if you’re looking for a little extra curricular competition.

More interested in family life? You’ll find superb parks (Eindhoven is one of the greenest cities in the Netherlands), along with lots of playgrounds, swimming pools, zoos, and more.

Is sports more your style? PSV Eindhoven has been the Dutch football champion for the last 4 seasons. The city hosts an annual marathon and a professional cycling tour. It also has a baseball club and the largest indoor skateboard park in all of Europe.

From the work week to the weekend, FEI Eindhoven offers everything you need to grow and shape both your career and your life.

2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Three scientists; Dr. Jacques Dubochet, Dr. Joachim Frank, and Dr. Richard Henderson, were awarded the prize for their developments within Cryo-Electron Microscopy.

We are extremely proud of what these researchers and the structural biology community have achieved.