Life Science Microscopy Facility
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The Life Science Microscopy Facility (LSMF) provides Purdue researchers access to state-of-the-art electron microscopy instrumentation and to provide service, consultation and training to assist scientists in achieving their research objectives.
How to start a project.
Projects begin with a discussion. This is usually between the facility director and the researcher and ideally their mentor/PI. The goal of the discussion is to talk over the science questions of the project. Instrumentation needs and protocols come after that discussion.
Please contact Chris Gilpin firstname.lastname@example.org or 47750 to arrange a meeting.
The first decision is will the work be done independantly or as a service.If independant then we will arrange training. Training is always one-on-one at a mutually agreeable time. Also the training is carried out with the users real samples. If service will be used then we will arrange which facility staff member will do the work and schedule receipt of samples.
Aphid on a leaf - cryo SEM Fibroblast on collagen SEM
Mitochondria in muscle - TEM Epithelial basement membrane - TEM
Nanogold particle - TEM FFT of nanogold particle with 0.13nm resolution