The Electron Microscope Facility (EMF) is one of eight Central Facilities operated by the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience (NCMN). These Central Facilities are university recharge centers that are open to all UNL researchers as well as external users with well-defined user fees. EMF is located in Jorgensen Hall room 033.
EMF was created in 1991 by NCMN when a need for electron microscopy capabilities was emerged in order to improve further materials research in Nebraska. First it was built in Walter Scott Engineering Center in 1991 and then moved to Jorgensen Hall. The new EM suite provides stringent temperature, acoustic, vibration and magnetic interference control. With the funding from NCMN the facility houses three electron microscopes (EM) and assorted support equipment, establishing it as the premier EM facility between Arizona and Illinois.
- JEOL 2010 Hi-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope
- FEI Nova NanoSEM Scanning Electron Microscope
- FEI Tecnai Osiris (Scanning) Transmission Electron Microscope