NIGHTSEA™ / EMS KEY Award
Published: January 15, 2015
NIGHTSEA™ and Electron Microscopy Sciences (EMS) are proud to introduce their first annual award of equipment and supplies to an individual entering a new faculty position at a U.S. academic institution.
Fluorescence is increasingly central to many fields of research, most notably in the life sciences, but also in other disciplines. New faculty start-up budgets are limited and fluorescence microscopy equipment can be very expensive. Immediately after the introduction of the economical NIGHTSEA™ Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter (SFA) system, we realized that it was popular among researchers entering their first faculty position because it provides an economical way to implement a fluorescence capability at a reasonable cost.
NIGHTSEA™ founder Dr. Charles Mazel's R&D career owes much to the inspiration and support of many people. The KEY Award is a way of giving back to the community and honors several of those individuals.
One researcher will be selected to receive a Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter system with two excitation/emission combinations, plus $750 in equipment or supplies selected from the full EMS catalog.
The KEY Award is open to individuals entering their first faculty position at a U.S. (including U.S. territories) non-profit college or university in fall of 2015.
Figure details: NIGHTSEA™ / EMS KEY Award
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