MicroED on-demand webinars
Micro electron diffraction (MicroED) is an exciting crystallography technique for the structural determination of small molecules and protein. With this method, atomic details can be extracted from individual nanocrystals (<200 nm in size), even in a heterogeneous mixture. Watch the videos below to discover how MicroED has been used to provide critical data for life sciences research.
How MicroED solves crystal structures of compounds
Watch this webinar, in which experts in the field explain each step of the complete MicroED process. They will cover the hardware and software needed to effectively and efficiently collect and store the dataset, the calibration of the data, and the software used to solve the structures.
Determining protein and small molecule structures with Microcrystal Electron Diffraction
Dr. Tamir Gonen, UCLA & Dr. Christopher Arthur, Genentech In this webcast speakers describe the new method of MicroED and explore advances for small molecule & protein structure in pharma.
Ask the Experts: Focusing the spotlight on MicroED
In this webinar, you will learn from the pioneers of MicroED who discuss common practices in the workflow, factors for getting started, and the variety of applications possible in this field.
Cryo-EM based MicroED solution for protein and small molecule structure determination
Micro electron diffraction (MicroED) allows fast, high resolution 3D structure determination of small chemical compounds and biological macromolecules.
Interview with Tamir Gonen and MicroED
MicroED method developer Dr. Tamir Gonen's current research at UCLA focuses on the structures and functions of medically important membrane proteins that are involved in homeostasis.