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3 a new state-of-the-art piece of equipment is coming to purdue's campus.purdue officials say this nine million dollar microscope will advance research here in indiana.and they say it's efficient.news 18's isabella caruso is live at purdue this morning.isabella this microscope is so advanced that it works alone. 3it's an impressive gadget.the electron microscope runs 24 hours a day 7 days a week by itself.it's so high tech that it actually has very little human interaction it's very self sufficient. 3 3 the video you're seeing now is of a similar, older model of the titan krios microscope currently at purdue.how it works is data sample is loaded up into the machine.usually scientists load it up with enough samples to last a week. the microscope robotically moves those samples around to be looked at.by itself, it's able to move onto the next sample.this allows scientists to speed up the analyzation process.for example, some details could take months to find- but this microscope could find those details much quicker.it takes only one week for the microscope to go through hundreds of samples. dr. richard kuhn says the dr. richard samples.hundreds of go through microscope to the microscope to go through hundreds of samples.dr. richard kuhn says the best part is it runs all the time. 3< so you load it up with all your samples and it will just keep working day and night and so we can collect lots of data with this microscope. > the microscope is coming from the netherlands.it stands at a massive fifteen feet tall and will require several very fragile parts being pieced together. 3the microscope will be located right here in discovery park. dr. kuhn says it should arrive around january of next year.he hopes start researching by late you can find moinformation on all the state institutions that will benefit from the research done on this microscope on our website wlfi dot com.isabella caruso news 18. 3 thank you, isabella.tyler