The new SLAC-Stanford Battery Center aims to bridge the gaps between discovering, manufacturing and deploying innovative energy storage solutions.
Cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM) is a revolutionary tool for studying the molecular architecture of protein, viruses, cells and the specialized molecular machines within cells...
Lydia-Marie Joubert is pointing at the result of laminating an organic sample down to 100-300nm thickness for cryo-EM imaging. For samples which are traditionally...
Cornelius Gati is publishing his research on tuberculosis. He works on tuberculosis samples at the cryo-EM facility. He freezes tuberculosis bacteria with liquid nitrogen...
Research associate Megan Mayer and graduate student Patrick Mitchell load a sample into a cryogenic electron microscope at SLAC.