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Cores of discovery: How Thermo Fisher and NextGen Precision Health are partnering on the resolution revolution
Join us for a virtual discussion, featuring panelists from both Thermo Fisher Scientific and NextGen Precision Health, to learn how this collaboration is fueling precision health research and treatment.

The resolution revolution is coming to the University of Missouri as new imaging equipment makes its way to campus. The NextGen Precision Health Institute will house the Electron Microscopy Core Facility, thanks in part to a collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific. Some of the key equipment will include the Krios G4 Cryo-TEM, Aquilos Cryo-FIB, Helios 5 Hydra CX DualBeam , and the Thermo Scientific Spectra 300 Scanning/Transmission Electron Microscope (S/TEM). “The instruments from Thermo Fisher Scientific mean NextGen will house a complete pipeline for electron microscopy analysis under one roof,” said Richard Barohn, executive director of NextGen Precision Health and the executive vice chancellor for health affairs at MU. “By collaborating with the University of Missouri and bringing life and materials science together in this way, we enable microscopists of the future to address novel scientific questions now.”, said John Sos, President of Materials and Structural analysis at Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Sep 22, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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