Microscope to Unfurl New Dimensions in Various Fields; Novel Launches to Thrive
20 Oct 2020
The advent of microscopes has unlocked a completely new dimension in the field of science and microscopy. Most often found in laboratory microscopes are a simple yet sophisticated solution that helps scientists to look earnestly into the world of microbes in order to assemble facts and aspects regarding them.
Over the last centuries, microscopes have undergone many revolutions in terms of resolution such as super-resolution microscopy methods, electron microscopes, and atomic force microscopes. Moreover, the wide utilization of microscopes in various applications has in turn, increased the demand for microscopes.
On the other hand, the market players are highly investing to introduce further advancements. In addition, the stakeholders are adopting various strategies and the launch of innovative products is amongst the most trending. At the same time, the market is undergoing a number of activities. Following are some of the recent happenings in the market.
The launch of advanced products is one of the most trending strategies followed by the market players with the aim of providing the best services to the consumers along with satisfying their requirements. Recently, Nikon, a multinational and leading corporation in optics and imaging has unveiled Nikon Eclipse Ei an educational microscope. The purpose is to meet the need of remote education along with spontaneous operating experience and amended learning experience.
Moreover, the ECLIPSE Ei has a dense and lightweight design that improves compactness and features the chrome-free infinity optical system. Moreover, the microscope also assists in sharing specimen images using a monitor or projector, when combined with an optional Digital Sight 1000 microscope camera.
Following the same trend, a Miltenyi Biotec, a global biotechnology company has launched the UltraMicroscope Blaze, pronounced as the only fully-automated light-sheet microscope. Furthermore, it facilitates the users to image numerous samples at subcellular resolution in 3D. In addition, the instrument aims to have the potential to fast-track a variety of researches in the arena of immune-oncology and neuroscience.
Along with the simplified uses of microscopes, they are widely available. Moreover, the increasing adoption of microscopes in a variety of applications has increased its demand which is anticipated to boost the industry. According to a report published by Allied Market Research, the globalmicroscope market is expected to reach $1.64 billion, at a CAGR of 3.2% from 2020 to 2027.
The growing demand for electron microscopes in sectors such as semiconductors and microelectronics and the surge in implementation of electron microscopy in healthcare and life-science are the two major factors driving the growth of the market all across the world. Although, the concern regarding high initial investment comes out to be challenging for the industry.
However, increasing R&D activities in the automotive sector is anticipated to unfold numerous aspects. At the same time, the novel strategies followed by the players are projected to unfurl a number of prospects along with leading the market to grow exponentially.
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Chief editor of review team at FinancesOnline Alex Hillsberg is an expert in the area of B2B and SaaS related products. He has worked for several B2B startups in the past and gathered a lot of first hand knowledge about the industry during that time.