More than 100 scientists—faculty, postdocs and graduate students—recently gathered at MSU to attend the 2019 Molecular Biophysics Symposium, which highlighted the opening of MSU’s $5 million Cryo-EM Facility. Cryogenic electron microscopy—typically abbreviated as cryo-EM—is an imaging technology that allows scientists to study cells, viruses and protein structures at the atomic level and capture them in action.
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