The Electron Microscopy Center (EMC) here at Indiana University is a growing resource that currently houses a 100 kV JEOL JEM 1010 TEM, a 120 kV JEOL JEM 1400plus TEM, a 300 kV JEOL JEM 3200FS (S)TEM, a 200 kV cryo-only Thermo-Fisher Talos Arctica and a Thermo-Fisher Teneo SEM equipped with a VolumeScope. We are scheduled to install a 200 kV JEOL NEOARM equipped mainly for materials science work during the summer of 2023.
The EMC also includes a Vitrobot Mk3 plunge freezer for preparing frozen, hydrated TEM specimens, a Wohlwend HPF Compact 2 high pressure freezer, a Leica AFS-2 freeze substitution instrument and various other equipment necessary for the EMC to function. In addition, users of the EMC also have access to state-of-the-art light microsocpy facilities, and the staff is actively engaged in correlated light microscopy/electron microscopy projects.
Since the EMC strives to be an integrated resource that includes data collection, storage and interpretation, our resources also include the computational facilities necessary for archiving digital images and the image processing and analysis programs and packages necessary for TEM/STEM tomography and biological structure determination.
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