Indiana University Bloomington Electron Microscopy Center

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Indiana University Bloomington Electron Microscopy Center

Faculty Director:   Dr. Roger Innes
Staff Director:   Dr. David Morgan


The Electron Microscopy Center (EMC) provides the IU Bloomington with a state of the art facility for electron microscopy and elemental analysis of materials. The primary focus of the center is to facilitate data acquisition and analysis by campus research personnel. The EMC provides well-maintained equipment, data acquisition services, hands-on training, and fee-for-service by highly trained electron microscopists on staff. Comprising the center is a physical lab space housing a JEOL 3200 intermediate voltage electron microscope and an adjacent space for image processing, both in Simon Hall, together with the JEOL 1010 TEM with associated specimen preparation space in Myers Hall. The center currently has three technical personnel dedicated to materials science and life science.

Policies: Services Offered:
  • Imaging Instruments: JEOL JEM 1010, JEOL JSM 5800LV, and JEOL JEM 3200FS
  • Wohlwend High Pressure Freezer
  • Leica AFS-2 Freeze Substitution Device
  • FEI Vitrobot
  • EMS Manual Plunge Freezer
  • Ultramicrotomes
  • Sputter Coater, Critical Point Dryer, Denton Evaporator
Categories for this Core: Keywords for this Core:
Imaging, microscopy, sample preparation, high pressure freezer, freeze substitution

Contact Information:
Dr. David Morgan
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