Knowledge Sourcing Intelligence announces the publication of a new report on “Global Electron Microscopes Market – Forecasts from2020 to 2025" to their offering.
Electron Microscopes are those microscopes that use accelerated beams as a source of illumination and deliver highly magnified and much clearer images. The market for electron microscopes is anticipated to witness a decent growth on account of growing adoption across numerous industries.
According to the report, the Global Electron Microscopes Market is projected to increase at a CAGR of 6.42% in the coming years.
Growing adoption across industries is driving the growth
The global market for electron microscopes is anticipated to witness a healthy growth over the course of the next five years primarily on account of the burgeoning requirements of highly magnified images across different industry verticals. These microscopes have the ability to deliver the magnified image of an object up to 10,000,000xon a shorter wavelength, thus making them suitable for various applications in different industries. The market for electron microscopes is poised is expected to gain traction during the next five years over the traditional optical microscope as these microscopes use an electron-optical lens that delivers extremely clear and magnified images of the object to be observed. These microscopes are suitable for applications such as drug discovery, research on microorganisms, cells, and others. Thus, the recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease is also expected to propel the demand for microscopes as the booming R&D investments in the pharma sector around the globe to meet the growing requirements due to the advent of COVID. Furthermore, the increasing number of research labs in both developed and developing economies of the globe is also projected to widen up the business opportunities for the manufacturers over the next five years. Additionally, the constant growth in the semiconductor industry coupled with the wide applications of electron microscopes in the semiconductor industry for wafer testing and inspection purposes is also a major factor supplementing the global electron microscopes market growth throughout the forecast period.
The market has been segmented on the basis of product type, application, and geography. By product type, the segmentation of the market has been done into a scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, and reflection electron microscope. By application, the market has bee distributed into material sciences, life sciences, and nanotechnology. Geographically, the segmentation of the market has been done on the basis of North America, South America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific.
Geographically, the North American region is anticipated to hold a substantial share in the market throughout the forecast period primarily on account of the presence of well-established industries in countries like the United States and Canada. Furthermore, the presence of the key market players and the early adoption of the technology are also some of the key factors that are adding up to the significant share of the North American region during the next five years. Furthermore, the market in the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to show healthy growth opportunities for the players due to the booming pharmaceutical research in the major developing economies like India and China among others. Moreover, the growing medical tourism in the region is further providing an impetus for the market to grow in the near future.
The major players covered as part of the report are Nikon Metrology Inc, Thermo Fischer Scientific, Joel Ltd, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, and Hirox Europe Ltd among others.
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This report has segmented the global electron microscopes market on the basis following terms:
By Product Type
- Scanning Electron Microscope
- Transmission Electron Microscope
- Reflection Electron Microscope
- Material Sciences
- Life sciences
- United Kingdom
Middle East and Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Korea
- North America