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Department of Biochemistry

 
Titan Krios delivery

The Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM) Consortium is pleased to announce that the new Titan Krios 300kV cryo-electron microscope has arrived in the Department.

 

Installation has now begun and will take approximately 10-12 weeks.

The arrival of this new equipment complements the 200kV instrument that was installed at the end of 2016. The combination of these two machines will establish a comprehensive core Cryo-EM Facility, for use primarily (but not exclusively) by investigators across the Schools of the Biological Sciences and Clinical Medicine.

For more information on the Cryo-EM Facility, visit their website. You can also read up on the background of the Cryo-EM Consortium in our previous news article.

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Titan Krios delivery.

Credit: Dima Chirgadze, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.

Author

Rhys Grant

Publication date

5 December 2017