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CryoTEM History and Technology

Cryogenic transmission electron microscopy (CryoTEM) is increasingly utilized by structural and cellular biologists to determine structures, conformations, and interactions of biomolecules at high resolution. This 2-hour virtual lecture/discussion will cover […]

Mar 18

March 18, 2024

1:00 pm - 1:00 pm

  • Virtual

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Cryogenic transmission electron microscopy (CryoTEM) is increasingly utilized by structural and cellular biologists to determine structures, conformations, and interactions of biomolecules at high resolution. This 2-hour virtual lecture/discussion will cover all components of a TEM from top to bottom with a focus on technology advancements for life science applications.
This event is part of a CryoTEM week 3-lecture series organized by the Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF) and Thermo Fisher, led by Thermo Fisher Field Applications Engineers.
Registration is required. You may register for each lecture separately. Deadline to register is March 14th.
REGISTRATION LINK: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ahgCVylcev7uowm