Harvard Cryo-EM Center for Structural Biology

In recognition of the importance of this technology to the future of biomedical research, a consortium formed by HMS, Harvard University’s Office of the Provost, Boston Children’s Hospital, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital established the Harvard Cryo-EM Center for Structural Biology, which makes access to cryo-EM broadly available to the Harvard research community.

In this video, scientists from across the Harvard community describe how they are using the power of cryo-EM to study the inner workings of molecular machines involved in everything from cancer to inflammation to circadian clocks.

Find out more: https://hms.harvard.edu/news/inner-workings

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