July 8, 2021

Elizabeth R. Wright, MCCET

Join us and learn about the NIH-funded National Network for Cryo-Electron Tomography

 Cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET) has revolutionized biological research by providing nanometer-scale resolution 3D reconstructions of biological structures, such as purified complexes, viruses, bacteria and archaea, and eukaryotic cells. The National Network for Cryo-Electron Tomography is an NIH-funded consortium whose mission is to provide access to both the instrumentation and expert staff for advancing the original research of scientific investigators and for training those new to cryo-electron tomography. Join us in this webinar series to learn more about this network and about how you can access these world-class cryo-electron tomography resources in your research program.