Microscope techniques: transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM), TEM and STEM tomography, high resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM), energy filtered transmission electron microscopy (EFTEM), cryoTEM, SEM, Serial Block-Face Imaging (SBFI), EDX, STEM/EDX and STEM/EELS.
in situ TEM holders for both heating and multi-port liquid cell studies.
Sample preparation equipment includes ultramicrotomes, a high-pressure freezer, a freeze substitution robot, automated and manual plunge freezers for cryoTEM, carbon coater, glow discharge devices and a sputter coater.
Image processing and analysis workstations and software.
Consultation on experimental design for the best use of electron microscopes.
Fee-for-service work in all aspects of electron microscopy.
Training of new-users in sample preparation, microscope operation, and data analysis.
Annual graduate course on biological electron microscopy.