Analysis of the Microscopes Market

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An analysis of the microscope market is provided in this research service. This market covers three segments including light microscopes, electron microscopes, and scanning probe microscopes. Even though the global light microscope segment held the largest market share in terms of sales revenue and unit shipments, it will lose market share to electron and scanning probe microscopes in the forecasted period, and the reasoning is examined herein. This research examines the total market as well as the segments in terms of market drivers, restraints, the competitive climate, region specific challenges and opportunities, and forecasts through 2018.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • Is the global microscropes market growing; how long will it continue to grow and at what rate?
  • Are the existing competitors structured correctly to meet customer needs?
  • What are the latest key technological trends in the market? What impact do these trends have on the microscopes market?
  • How will the structure of the market change?
  • Which of the regional markets represents most of the growth opportunities for the light microscope, electron microscope and scanning probe microscope markets?
  • Which of the end-user groups represent most of the growth opportunities for the light microscope, electron microscope and scanning probe microscope markets?

Analysis of the Microscopes Market

Published: April 2012
No. of Pages: 145
Price:  US $ 6000
The impact of research and development (R&D) is two-fold. Firstly, Asia-Pacific has witnessed the highest growth rates in the worldwide microscope market. This is attributed to the fact that more R&D centers for manufacturers are being established in the region to develop new high-capability products. Countries including Japan, India, and China as well as Korea and Taiwan are making significant inroads investing in the local R&D area.

Secondly, most developed countries in Asia-Pacific maintain strong financial commitments to R&D. During the economic downturn, R&D-driven societies, China in particular, augmented R&D investment expenditures by approximately xx percent each year. Significant R&D of suppliers facilities the region to take advantage of lower labor wages and skilled scientists and engineers.
Demand is increasing for research and applications areas that are not seen in the North American or European market. There is a higher request to specialized capacities into cross section and technical views in biological research activities than in more developed markets.
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