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Pharma Symposium at MIT

This one-day scientific symposium will highlight the role cryo-EM can play in the drug discovery process. Leaders in the biopharma industry will highlight their successes and experiences utilizing this ground-breaking technology. Topics include: Cryo-EM in Biopharma: Progress and Lessons Learned Cryo-EM by Outsourcing: Panel Discussion Bottlenecks: Sample preparation, Throughput, Data Infrastructure Hot Topics: micro-Electron Diffraction

Location : MIT Samberg Conference Center: Chang Building (E52) | 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142

Date : April 23 - April 23, 2019

RAPID + TCT

RAPID + TCT is where the entire additive manufacturing community convenes, and where industry-accelerating products are launched. The expansive show floor and conference are unparalleled in the industry. It’s where you’ll see the newest 3D technologies from over 300 exhibitors, including 3D printing, 3D scanning, CAD/CAE, metrology & inspection, and related technologies. It’s also where you’ll find solutions to your toughest manufacturing challenges, straight from the most respected experts. Don’t miss out on North America’s most influential additive manufacturing event.

Location : Cobo Center, Booth #947, Detroit, MI

Date : May 20 - May 23, 2019

2019 ACA Exhibit Show

X-ray crystallography plays a steadily increasing role in fields such as structural chemistry,bioinformatics, nanotechnology, protein engineering, drug design, materials science, the study of gases, liquid crystals, minerals and polymers, and the rapid development and utilization of synchrotron radiation, neutron, and electron diffraction facilities.

Location : Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Convention Center, Booth#201, Covington, KY

Date : July 20 - July 24, 2019

Prisma E SEM

Thermo Scientific Introduces Prisma E SEM for Materials Science, the most complete SEM for multi-user laboratories requiring all-round performance and ease-of-use.

Learn how to engage in cryo-EM SPA

The resolution revolution and tremendous growth in groundbreaking scientific results have recognized cryo-electron microscopy single particle analysis (cryo-EM SPA) as a main stream structure biology technique for the investigation of: ​ Dynamic biological processes​, Structures, such as membrane proteins that are difficult to resolve with other techniques, and Structures of protein complexes, aggregates and large virus assemblies​. ​Thermo Fisher Scientific provides a full workflow solution and gives advice to set up your cryo-EM laboratory.

2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank, and Richard Henderson win the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their part in developing cryo-EM.

Quattro ESEM

Thermo Scientific Introduces Quattro SEM for Materials Science, an ultra-versatile high-resolution SEM with unique environmental capability.

Aquilos Cryo-FIB

The first dedicated Cryo-DualBeam System is here, to prepare cryo-lamellas for cryo-electron tomography.

Talos F200i TEM

Thermo Scientific Introduces Talos F200i TEM, designed for performance and productivity across a wide range of Materials Science applications.

Krios G3i Cryo-TEM

The new Thermo Scientific™ Krios™ G3i Cryo-TEM unravels life at the molecular level—faster, easier and more reliably.

Glacios Cryo-TEM

The Thermo Scientific™ Glacios™ Cryo Transmission Electron Microscope (Cryo-TEM) makes Single particle screening and data acquisition easy.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Adds Three New Products to Leading Semiconductor Portfolio

We’re proud to introduce three new products to our leading semiconductor portfolio. These products are designed to help semiconductor failure analysis labs achieve higher volumes of samples and faster time-to-data.