Costa Rica Top Sites for Instruments And Supplies

    LabX

    Used lab equipment pricing and products archive with over 100,000 scientific equipment listings. The first place to look for new and used scientific products!

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    Meiji Techno Microscopes

    Main U.S. distributor site. Meiji Techno is the third-largest optical microscope manufacturer in Japan. They offer educational, industrial, and laboratory microscopes via dealers worldwide.

    meijitechno.com

    Digisystemlab.com

    DIGISYSTEM produces a variety of instruments for laboratory applications to the world-wide. Because of our sincere service, good quality, and competitive prices, our products are praised by customers and users in everywhere. ... Our products are offered t

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    USA Scientific

    Laboratory products source for molecular biology, cell biology, immunology, biotechnology, radiation safety, drug discovery, and high throughput screening.

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    Jeio Tech Co., Ltd.

    Manufacturer and supplier of laboratory equipment, temperature, humidity chambers, dry ovens, incubators, shakers, baths, circulators, temperature and humidity chambers.

    jeiotech.com

    Swiss Instruments Ltd

    Canadian distributor for Lista Metal Storage cabinets, shelving and workbenches, precision metrology equipment and precision industrial machinery.

    swissinstruments.com

    Roga Instruments

    Offers data loggers and sensors for vibration measurement, process automation, sound analysis, vibration analysis, control applications and engine control.

    roga-instruments.com

    Microscope.com

    Offers compound and stereo microscopes, cameras, and accessories.

    microscope.com

    History of the microscope.org - Its all about microscope history

    A complete microscope history. The history of the microscope begins with Zacharias Jansen's invention of the first light microscope in the 1590's. Anton van Leeuwenhoek later made significant improvements to the compound microscope

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