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Scanning Electron Microscope

Teneo SEM

Ultra High Resolution imaging and high throughput analytical performance.

For metals researchers, academic and industrial research institutions, the FEI Teneo scanning electron microscope (SEM) provides Ultra High Resolution imaging together with the highest throughput analytical performance. A revolution in detection - the unique Trinity™ detection scheme delivers highest contrast on the widest range of samples for fastest imaging and easy interpretation of images. With three separate in-lens detectors operating simultaneously with the standard chamber detector, simultaneous detection from all angles can be performed, saving time, maximizing information and preventing sample contamination and damage.

Teneo SEM for Materials Science

The Teneo SEM has been replaced by the Apreo SEM . Check out the all-new Apreo SEM with the link below.

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Teneo SEM for Life Sciences

Unraveling complex 3D architecture of cells and tissues in their natural context is crucial for the structure function correlation in biological systems.  With a combination of Serial Block-Face SEM (SBF-SEM) and Multi-Energy Deconvolution SEM (MED-SEM) the Teneo VS SEM enables large volume imaging with truly isotropic 3D resolution.

  • Truly isotropic 3D data from large volumes: Excellent z-resolution from MED-SEM combined with the efficiency of in situ sectioning
  • Exceptional contrast and highest resolution on all samples: Highest contrast and optimal SNR with in-lens detector for high vacuum (HiVac) mode, as well as dedicated detector for optimal resolution and charge mitigation in low vacuum mode (LoVac).
  • Simple switch between normal SEM use and serial block face imaging: Compact, stage-mounted microtome allowing easy exchange
  • Instant productivity for all operators: High degree of automation and design for ease-of-use adding to operator efficiency and enabling greater experimentation
  • Workflow solutions offering increased efficiency and accuracy: Fast identification of regions of interest by CLEM approaches and large volume coverage with automated multi-tile set runs

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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.