Microscopes have enabled researchers to conduct in-depth academic and exploratory research. Increasing interest in life science areas such as nanoscience, and pharmacology and toxicology has created a need for advanced microscopes employing mediums much more penetrative than light i.e., electron, X-ray, etc. This has enabled us to venture further in the range of nanoscales and deliver potential innovations in life science field. Moreover, the medical field has always had the requirement for optical microscopes - schools and academies have introduced microscopes to teenage students at elementary level.
Increasing demand has led to the proliferation of microscopy devices that are now available in creative designs, with new technology and magnification power to attract research enthusiasts. However, even with the proliferation of microscopes in nearly every principle of research and testing, microscope sales have been affected by the recent economic downturns in Europe and the Middle East. This report estimates the global market for life science microscopy devices in terms of revenue (USD million) for the period from 2012 to 2020.
This research report provides a detailed analysis of the global life science microscopy devices market and helps in understanding the various driving factors for the growth of the market. The market overview section analyzes the market dynamics and trends such as drivers, restraints and opportunities that influence the current and future status of this market. Additionally, impact factors such as market attractiveness analysis, market share analysis and Porter’s five forces analysis have been explained in the market overview section in order to deliver a thorough analysis of the overall competitive scenario of the global life science microscopy devices market.
This report analyzes the life science microscopy devices market from the perspective of device types and major geographies. Based on device type, this market has been classified into optical microscopes, electron microscopes and scanning probe microscopes. Optical microscopes have been sub-segmented into inverted microscope, stereomicroscope, phase contrast microscope, fluorescence microscope, confocal scanning microscope, near-field scanning microscope and other optical microscopes. Electron microscopes have been classified based on technical principles into transmission electron microscope and scanning electron microscope. Scanning probe microscopes have been categorized into scanning tunneling microscope and atomic force microscope.
Average pricing analysis of various types of optical, electron and scanning probe microscopes is included in this study, which helps in determining the worldwide volume (number of units sold) of different life science microscopes. Additionally, the market for each device type has been further categorized based on the geographic markets and life science applications. Life science applications considered in this study include cell biology, pharmacology and toxicology, clinical/pathology, biomedical engineering and neuroscience. This report provides market analysis and estimations for each device type in different geographies and life science applications for the period from 2012 to 2020 in terms of revenue.
Geographically, the global life science microscopy devices market has been segmented into four major regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW). The market for each region is provided in terms of revenue (USD million) for the period from 2012 to 2020 along with CAGR (%) for the period from 2014 to 2020, considering 2013 as the base year.