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Advances in microscope technology and computing have paved the way for cryo-electron microscopy to move structural biology into a new era — allowing scientists to study the form and function of biological "machines" that are too large to study using X-ray crystallography.

The U-M Life Sciences Institute is home to a world-class electron microscopy facility, with state-of-the-art instruments and faculty specializing in this emerging field.

Announcements

September 9, 2021

The Cryo-EM Biosciences Initiative program is currently seeking candidates with expertise in correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) for a faculty position at the assistant professor level. Learn more and apply