Cryo-EM Sweden Information and Application Portal

Cryo-EM Sweden Information and Application Portal

The Cryo-EM Swedish National Facility offers access to state-of-the-art equipment and expertise in single particle cryo-EM and cryo-tomography (cryo-ET). The Facility has two nodes: at SciLifeLab in Stockholm and at Umeå University. Our aim is to provide:

  1. An internationally competitive infrastructure that is accessible to all academic scientists in Sweden on equal terms.

  2. A training environment where researchers can become familiar with cutting-edge methods in cryo-EM.

  3. An educational framework of scientific meetings, practical workshops and training courses to enhance the activity of the broad Swedish scientific community.

SciLifeLab in Stockholm offers single-particle service with a Talos Arctica for sample optimisation and a Titan Krios for high-resolution data collection. Successful proposals will be scheduled time on the microscopes that will be allocated in either 24h or 48h slots.

The Umeå node is expected to become operational in the fall of 2017, and will offer cryo-ET with a Titan Krios and a Scios DualBeam SEM.

Applications can be submitted at any time and will be evaluated once every three months based on their scientific merit and technical feasibility by a national Project Evaluation Committee. In order to submit an application, you need to register an account and log in.

Single Particle Application Form 170613

Single Particles Application Form

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Call for single particle Cryo-EM proposals (2017-10-11)

Applications are now being accepted. Deadline January 1, 2018.

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The Cryo-EM National Facility was established as part of the Structural Biology Platform at SciLifeLab by Gunnar von Heijne (Stockholm University) and Bernt-Eric Uhlin (Umeå University) and launched on September 1st 2016. The Facility is supported by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg, Family Erling Persson, and Kempe Foundations, SciLifeLab, Stockholm University and Umeå University.

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