Any laboratory microscope, whether it be an optical microscope that creates images using light, a scanning or transmission electron microscope that creates images using electrons, or a scanning probe microscopy, must be able to produce crisp, high-quality images (using a probe). The most popular variety of microscopes has the lighting system below the stage and the lens system above; inverted microscopes, which are especially helpful for cell culture, have the opposite arrangement. Biotechnology, pharmaceutical research, nanophysics, microelectronics, and geology are a few examples of applications. Get in touch with us.