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OHSU/FEI Living Lab for Cell Biology

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In Oregon, a collaboration between industry and academia has resulted in the creation of a laboratory that will provide researchers with several state-of-the-art electron microscopes to advance the understanding and treatment of cancer, AIDS and other diseases. The OHSU/FEI Living Lab for Cell Biology, a joint effort of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) of Portland, where the lab is based, and FEI Co. of Hillsboro, will be equipped with a variety of instruments made by the latter. Among them are a Titan Krios transmission electron microscope and a Helios NanoLab DualBeam instrument, which features both scanning electron and focused ion beam microscopy functions.

Nov 2011
AIDSAmericasBiophotonicsBusinesscancerelectron microscopesFEI Co.focused ion beam microscopyHelios NanoLab DualBeamimagingJoe GrayLaboratoriesLiving Lab for Cell BiologyMicroscopyOHSUOHSU Center for Spatial Systems BiomedicineOregonOregon Health & Science UniversityRapidScanscanning electron microscopyTitan Kriostransmission electron microscopy

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