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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

Laboratory Chemicals

Laboratory Chemicals

Apertures, Microholes, Filaments, Screens

Apertures, Microholes, Filaments, Screens

Grids, Grid Storage Boxes and Support Film

Grids, Grid Storage Boxes and Support Film

Transmission Electron Microscopy Supplies

Transmission Electron Microscopy Supplies

Scanning Electron Microscopy Supplies

Scanning Electron Microscopy Supplies

General Laboratory Supplies

General Laboratory Supplies

Cleaning Supplies

Cleaning Supplies

Standards and Specimen Preparation Supplies

Standards and Specimen Preparation Supplies

Photography Supplies & Accessories

Photography Supplies & Accessories

Vacuum Equipment

Vacuum Equipment

Magnifiers, Microscopes and Graticules

Magnifiers, Microscopes and Graticules

Histology and Light Microscopy Supplies

Histology and Light Microscopy Supplies

Books

Books

Organic Insect Control Products

Organic Insect Control Products

 
We manufacture & sell laboratory supplies and components for microscopy laboratories.

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Yale Develops New Semiconductor Laser To Improve Imaging Quality For Microscopy

Yale University recently developed an innovative semiconductor laser that has the prospective to improve the quality of images of multiple advanced microscopes and other biomedical imaging. The prototype was supported by a cavity laser, which joins together the brightness of customary lasers and matches them with the lower image corruption of LED's to produce a powerful emission.

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New Research Could Lead to Controlling Oxidization of Certain Metals

New research using electron microscopy has found that certain features of metal surfaces can stop the process of oxidation, more commonly known as "rust", from advancing beyond its' intitial stages. The study was conducted at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory.

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