Welcome to Ladd Research Industries - Electron Microscopy & Laboratory Supplies
Ladd Research provides products for TEM and SEM, including grids, formvar and carbon support films, glutaraldehyde, embedding resins, Mercox, tweezers, scissors, forceps, diamond knives, vacuum evaporators (including our newest digital models with turbomolecular pumps) and sputter coaters. We also supply general laboratory products for use in any scientific laboratory including desiccator cabinets, detergents, aerosol dusters and much more. In addition, we are the largest manufacturer of SEM & TEM apertures and microholes in the US. We also offer environmentally friendly, organic insect control products to help you get a handle on garden and orchard pests.
Laboratory Tweezers & Tools
Apertures, Microholes, Filaments, Screens
Grids, Grid Storage Boxes and Support Film
Transmission Electron Microscopy Supplies
Scanning Electron Microscopy Supplies
General Laboratory Supplies
Standards and Specimen Preparation Supplies
Photography Supplies & Accessories
Magnifiers, Microscopes and Graticules
Histology and Light Microscopy Supplies
Organic Insect Control Products
We manufacture & sell laboratory supplies and components for microscopy laboratories.
Are you familiar with a Focused Ion Beam? Also known as FIB, focused ion beam systems have been produced commercially for more than twenty years and are primarily used for large semiconductor manufacturers. These FIB systems operate in a similar way to a scanning electron microscope (SEM), however, in place of a beam of electrons, FIB systems use a focused beam of gallium ions instead. These ions can also be incorporated at low beam currents for imaging or high beam currents for site specific milling or sputtering.
The Microscopy & Microanalysis 2015 Meeting & Exhibition will be held August 2nd-6th at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon. This year's program will "highlight the latest techniques methodologies and findings, spanning nano-to-macroscopic scales, and advances in fields such as nanotechnology, biological and clinical sciences, materials science, 3D manufacturing, and metallurgy," states the M&M meeting.