The instruments are now being connected to individual laboratories in the other major universities in Florida via Internet-2, a 100-megabyte bandwidth electronic information pathway. I-2 connection will allow us to teach classes on AEM techniques to students at all Florida Universities and then allow students/researchers to remotely operate the instruments via I-2. EPMA is a high-precision instrument used to image, identify, and chemically analyze extremely small (on the scale of micrometers) objects without chemically altering or physically destroying them. This instrument is used by scientists in many different fields, particularly, Materials Science, Geology, Medical Science & Technology, Computer Science (e.g., IC circuits & Chip manufacturing), and Forensic Science.