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Tool Milestone: FEI sells 100th Titan TEM system

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FEI Company has reached a milestone with its Titan TEM system, selling the 100th system to Stanford University that will be used for studying dynamic processes of materials under gas and elevated temperature conditions. Stanford University has ordered the Titan 80-300 environmental transmission electron microscope (ETEM) for a new facility associated with its Nanocharacterization Laboratory.

“The sale of the 100th Titan is an important milestone, highlighting FEI’s leading position in electron microscopy. We plan to continue to expand on the platform’s fundamental leadership characteristics, enabling a range of new pioneering applications, such as the ETEM capability on the Stanford Titan system,” said Dominique Hubert, FEI’s vice president and general manager, Research Division.

The multi-million dollar system will ship to Stanford University in the first half of 2010.

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