The Electron Microscopy Core Facility (EMC) is a campus-wide resource offered by the Office of Research. The EMC was established in 1995 by combining the electron microscopy resources of the College of Veterinary Medicine, the School of Medicine and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resoucres. In 2000, the EMC was expanded by the incorporation of the Department of Geological Sciences Microbeam Analysis Facility. The EMC is hosted by the Department of the Veterinary Pathobiology.
September 13th, 2012 is Research Core Facilities Day. Learn about...
EMC attended Microscopy and Microanalysis 2012 on July 29-August 2nd.
- Our new HRTEM's capabilities (Lee Pullan, FEI Company - 10:30am)
- Tomography (Tommi White - 1:00pm)
- Digital Image Colorization (Randy Tindall and Juliana Vinson - 1:30pm)
EMC welcomes Randy Tindall who joined the us July 18th, 2012.
Congrats to the Ritts family on the birth of Samuel Andrew.
EMC thanks Cheryl Jensen who retired after 15 years of service.
EMC needs a plasma cleaner and ion mill - DONATE NOW!
Staff member Juliana Vinson attended the Aurion Immunogold Labeling Workshop.
HRTEM installation complete May 17th 2012.
Staff Member Wen Ritts received her Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in March 2012.
Associate Director Tommi White attended the Hooke College TEM course in March 2012.
Staff member Wen Ritts attended ASU Winter School in January 2012.
- Juliana Vinson attended the Sunday short course "Bio-cryo"
- Tommi White attended the week-long course "Nanomaterials: Tools and Preparation"