Nanoeducator, FemtoScan or something else? - scanning probe microscopes in education

It was an interesting debate in last days on the wall of NanoEducation thematic group about scanning probe microscopes used in the education. What is your experience in this field? Any argument pro and con? Different instrument for the students?

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