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Nobel prize winning tech reveals herpes virus structure - Lab News


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The development of cryo-EM as a technique for resolving detailed atomic structures was developed at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Dr Jonathan Pearce, Head of Infections and Immunity at the MRC, said: “Dr Bhella and his team's findings ...

Cryo tomography brings new life to the study of human biology at Yale - Yale News


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Soon after its 2017 installation at Yale's West Campus, the new Titan Krios Cryo-Electron Microscope — or CryoEM, the technology at the center of the growing 'resolution revolution' and the tool used by three recent Nobel Prize winners — is beginning ...

Anatomy of a Goal: Nikita Scherbak's dazzling power-play effort - Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog)


Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog)
Nikita Scherbak's time in professional hockey is marked by high-end skill with highlight-reel goals or assists, but also by some inconsistencies and injuries. This year showed fans a glimpse of what his top level can be. He played at a point-per-game ...

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