Imaging Workshop hosted by Gatan & AIF

Learn how large-format, high-speed cameras can transform a transmission electron microscope (TEM) into a high-throughput, data-generating machine.

This recording is from a workshop featuring advanced capabilities and techniques in the realm of imaging and diffraction hosted by Gatan and the Analytical Instrumentation Facility (AIF) at NC State University.

Diffraction Workshop hosted by Gatan & AIF

See how high-speed diffraction experiments like 4D STEM are changing the landscape of electron microscopy by introducing new capabilities like differential phase contrast (DPC) imaging, electric field mapping, and much more.

This recording is from a workshop featuring advanced capabilities and techniques in the realm of imaging and diffraction hosted by Gatan and the Analytical Instrumentation Facility (AIF) at NC State University.

Context matters: Cryo-ET reveals the impact of the cellular environment on nuclear pore complex

In this webinar, Anthony Schuller, Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, will present his findings on cryo-electron tomography of the human nuclear pore complex in the native environment.

Cryo EM reveals mechanisms of gating and drug modulation in 5 HT3A receptors webinar

The serotonin 5-HT3 receptor antagonists or 'setrons' are the most common therapeutics to manage the side effects of chemotherapy and IBS. This webinar explored the single-particle cryo-electron microscopy research of Dr. Sudha Chakrapani, Director of Cryo Electron Microscopy Core, and the Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology. Results were presented of recently solved structures of the full-length 5HT3AR in the resting state, in serotonin-activated conformations, and in complex with several clinically used drugs.

Utilization of low voltage electron diffraction at high speed to solve practical materials problems

This webinar shows examples of low-voltage, high-speed electron diffraction experiments using the Gatan Stela, a detector with a high-dynamic range, based on DECTRIS' fast hybrid-pixel technology, to study subtle structural changes.

High-resolution with the CryoARM/K3 combo: SerialEM, Latitude, and future data collection

Recent results have demonstrated the ability of the CryoARM/K3 combination to produce structures at ultra-high resolution for particles of various sizes and symmetries. Following the initial technical achievements, this hardware combination is now being used to provide important biological insights as well. In this presentation, Alan Merk, Electron Microscopist from NIH, will review some of the structures we have obtained in the past with the CryoARM/K3 using SerialEM, report on ongoing work with Latitude S, and look forward to future directions.

SBEM for large volume brain tissue imaging webinar

Alexandra Graff-Meyer, Laurent Gelman and Rainer Friedrich

Improving sample analysis using combined energy-dispersive and cathodoluminescence spectroscopies

In this webinar, Timmons Erickson, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Jacobs Technology Inc., reviewed how the simultaneous capture of EDS and CL spectroscopic data proved invaluable in analyzing a chondritic meteorite collected in Antarctica.

In-situ data processing with GMS 3.4: Drift correction - ROI

In this video we demonstrate additional techniques for drift correction using an ROI (region of interest) within the full field of view of an acquired in-situ dataset.

In-situ data processing with GMS 3.4: Drift correction - Full frame

In this video we demonstrate techniques for drift correction using the full field of view of an acquired in-situ dataset.

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