NanoMi - An Open Source Transmission Electron Microscope

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Description: NanoMi is a project towards an open source modular electron microscope. It will allow to assemble transmission electron microscope (TEM) column, scanning TEM (STEM) column or scanning electron microscope (SEM) column. The goal of the NanoMi project is to establish framework for a community development of an electron microscope. Perhaps most important aspect is the license that covers the development: CERN Open Hardware v2, weakly reciprocal for hardware components. https://cern-ohl.web.cern.ch/ and GPL v3 for software (see below)

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0

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NanoMi is an open source modular TEM for ultra-high vacuum that we have built at NRC and are sharing with the public to promote microscopy. It is available to build, add to any system and modify. Feel free to contribute to the project, all that the open source license requires is for you to give back by adding any of your modifications and updates to the project. Please keep reviewing the OSF web...

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