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Electron Microscopy Sciences

The most comprehensive source for electron microscopy, light microscopy, and histology supplies, chemicals, and equipment.

EMS is committed to providing the highest quality products along with competitive pricing, prompt delivery and outstanding customer service.

Our new catalog is online. Please click on any image below to open the section of your interest. Or click here to view the entire Table of Contents.

We are happy to announce that we are fully compliant with GHS requirements domestically as well as internationally.

2016 NIGHTSEA™ / EMS KEY Award

KEYNIGHTSEA™ and Electron Microscopy Sciences (EMS) are proud to introduce their second annual award of equipment and supplies to an individual entering a new faculty position at a U.S. academic institution.

The KEY Award was introduced in 2015 and received many excellent applications. The inaugural award went to Dr. Robert Mitchell at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he is using the system to aid his neuroscience research using beetles.

Learn more here.

New products for light and electron microscopes

2016 Specials

Take a look at our current specials here.


See our list of upcoming webinars. Look for this graphic on our pages to see product-specific webinars.

2016 Discontinued Items FIRE SALE

Take advantage of the low prices of our discontinued items, found on our Sales & Discontinued page.

Product Updates

EM Instant Film

Not quite ready to convert to digital? Our solution to the discontinuation of Polaroid film is instant film packs from Fujifilm. Click here.

Ilford Black and White Paper

Do not be forced to go digital. Due to the recent discontinuation of many of the Black and White photography papers, we are offering a complete line of equivalent paper from Ilford that will meet or exceed those papers you have used in the past. As well, we also have the Ilford line of chemicals for fixing and developing. Click here.