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Carl Zeiss Initiates Landmark Development Project with University of Ulm for Low-voltage Transmission-Electron-Microscopy


2/25/2009 11:01:08 AM

ULM/OBERKOCHEN, Germany & PEABODY, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Carl Zeiss SMT today announced the creation of a technology development project that represents one of the most ambitious electron microscopy development efforts to be undertaken in recent years. Together with the University of Ulm and CEOS (Heidelberg), Carl Zeiss SMT has initiated a development partnership for low-voltage transmission electron microscopy. A total of 11.5 million Euros are available to the project, which is initially intended to run for a period of five years. The German Research Foundation (DFG) is contributing 4.2 million Euros. Carl Zeiss is supporting the project with funds totaling 3.7 million Euros.

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