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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Elektronenmikroskopie

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BBC report on electron microscopes at Leeds

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Interview with Knut Urban

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EMBL Industry Workshop: Cryo-EM in Industry & Academia | Events

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Microanalysis Australia

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Global Beginner Microscope Market 2016-2020- Analysis and Trends

The German Society for Electron Microscopy is a learned society founded in 1949 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Ernst Brüche suggested that an association dedicated to electron microscopy be formed to coordinate German work. In the immediate post-World War II period, there were three German centers of research on electron microscopes: in Berlin under Ernst Ruska, in Mosbach under Brüche, and in Düsseldorf under Bodo von Borries.