Come visit us at the Raith stand @LancasterUni Materials Science Conference #lMSIC https://t.co/2Xml7UzR2I
Mar 22 2016 7:19am
At EM Systems Support Ltd, we are a team of sales and service personnel specializing in the fields of Electron Microscopy and Electronics. We provide our services to academic research and commercial sectors in the UK and abroad.
As well as our own products, we supply sales and services for some of the leading companies in micro and nano-fabrication. These include Raith GmbH, Point Electronic and York Probe Sources. Our aim is to provide our customers with advice and technology, enabling them to stay on the leading edge of their research.
Located in the heart of the Cheshire countryside in the UK, our state-of-the-art facility at Alderley Park combines large workshop areas, R&D facilities, as well as electron microscopy demo and applications labs.
Alderley Park is a world-class science facility that is part of Manchester Science Partnerships dedicated to discovery and new ideas. Set in 400 acres of historic parkland, it is a stone’s throw away from Manchester International Airport with excellent links to the city center.
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