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cryo electron microscopy, cryo-electron tomography • 2 min reading time

Cryo R&D story, episode 1: How did Delmic cryo innovation begin?

The first episode of the Delmic Cryo R&D stories is out! In this introductory episode, we talk about why we started our R&D journey. Watch the video to learn how we decided what to focus on to enable researchers to achieve scientific breakthroughs faster and easier.

Katherine Lau, Delmic Cryo Business Unit Owner, shares the mission of the innovative ENZEL project and introduces this video series. She also provides insights into what cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET) challenges and hurdles researchers were facing a few years ago. Together with Prof Roger Wepf (Director of the Center for Microscopy and Microanalysis at the University of Queensland), one of our cryo-SECOM consortium members, and Sander den Hoedt (CEO of Delmic), they discuss the remaining issues that prevent scientists from achieving the best results.

The Cryo-SECOM consortium was created back in 2019, comprising six academic groups and Delmic, with the purpose of overcoming hurdles in the cryo-ET workflow. Since then we have made much progress towards creating powerful solutions, which greatly simplify the complex cryo-ET workflow. We are now excited to share more insights about developing these solutions with you.

The remaining challenges in cryo-ET inspire us at Delmic Cryo to innovate and move in the right direction to unlock the power of cryo-ET for life sciences research! Watch the video below.


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Jingyue Liu