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Cryogenic Electron Microscopy Explained

Cryogenic Electron Microscopy Explained


Observing the world at the nanometer scale has always been a challenge. Chemists, biologists, physicists and computer scientists worked together to develop a technique so that we can today observe the fine structures of cells, viruses, proteins and other nano-particles at the atomic scale: it’s called “cryogenic electron microscopy.” Here's a short video to explain it. 

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Text: Estelle Rünneburger et Charlotte Pallud (Sciencetips) Motion Design : Loïc Kessler Music: Alexey Anisimov, Cleric
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