Frequently asked questions
The tabletop electron microscope market also suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic, which resulted in a decline of over 1.2% in revenue generated in 2020.
North America accounted for the highest share in the global tabletop electron microscope market in value and volume.
The major market drivers include rising consumer demand for smaller and more powerful devices at low prices, technological advancements, the growing prevalence of various chronic disorders, increasing preference for research and development and funding, infrastructural development in various healthcare and other industries, an increasing number of labs in academic institutes and industries such as semiconductors and life sciences, and growing demand for digital imaging.
Life Sciences segment had a major share in 2021, with more than 38% of the market revenue share. Besides, the material sciences are projected to witness the fastest growth.
High excise taxes, customs duties on medical goods, and the high cost of modern digital electronic microscopes limit the market. Moreover, a scarcity of highly skilled labor resources capable of effectively managing tabletop electron microscopes challenges the market’s growth.