Broadening access to high-resolution
cryo-electron microscopy and tomography
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Elizabeth Wright, Elina Kopylov, and Mike Schmidt for outreach at the Microscopy and Microanalysis 2022.
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Opening Doors to Cryo-EM, the 42nd Steenbock Symposium, photo taken by Robin O Davies.
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Vicky Pappas receives student poster award from Deb Kelly at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2022.
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Jae Yang and Veronika Vrbovska on the Aquilos II FIBSEM (MCCET).
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Emmannuelle Genoyer at the Krios G4 (MCCET).
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells in lamella prepared and imaged by Ashleigh Raczkowski (NCITU)
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Thin lamella section imaged on Aquilos SEM. Image provided by Jae Yang (MCCET)
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Cryo-FIB milled yeast. Image provided by Jae Yang (MCCET)

The National Network for Cryo-Electron Tomography is equipped with the state-of-the-art specimen preparation equipment, cryo-electron microscopes and skilled staff members necessary to provide world class electron tomography of biological specimens with sub-nm imaging resolution. The mission of this network is to deploy these capabilities in support of original research efforts and to train new users in cryo-electron tomography.

If you have a research initiative that would be appropriate for cryo-electron tomography please submit your detailed proposal within the application portal. If you wish to discuss the general feasibility of your project proposal prior to submission, please send a request to cryoem@biochem.wisc.edu .

Learn more Continue to application portal