The Ringe Group was established in 2014 in the department of Materials Science and NanoEngineering (MSNE) at Rice University, Houston, TX, USA. Emilie Ringe and her group focus on understanding and controlling light-matter interactions in small metallic nanoparticles for applications in biological sensing, enhanced spectroscopy, and light-driven heterogeneous catalysis.
- First ~700 kDa protein structure with D7 symmetry identified at 3.3 Å resolution using cryo-EM View image
- First 3.4 Å TRPV1 structure solved by cryo-EM View image
- First 3.2 Å β-galactosidase structure solved by cryo-EM View image
- Fast joint EELS / EDS color map across a 32 nm transistor device View image
- Cathodoluminescence image of paint pigment View image
- Frozen hydrated lipid vesicles View image
- Zircaloy 2 prepared with the PECS II instrument View image
- Fast joint EELS/EDS color map across SrTiO3/LaFeO3/LaCuOx interfaces View image
Gatan announces joint sales and service agreement with 3D-Micromac concerning the microPREP, a laser ablation sample preparation tool
July 13, 2016
June 16, 2016
April 08, 2016
Centrum výzkumu Řež s.r.o.
Stanford imaging workshop: Advanced transmission electron microscopy for in-situ and environmental studies
Stanford Nano Shared Facilities