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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