The Thermo Scientific Tundra Cryo-Transmission Electron Microscope (Cryo-TEM) is designed to make cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) more accessible and efficient, allowing both new and experienced users to accelerate their drug discovery and development. Find out how the Tundra Cryo-TEM can enhance your structural biology work, from rapid sample optimization workflows, to timely structural insights for intractable proteins, to characterization of nanoparticle delivery systems.
View our on-demand webinar to learn about key features of the Tundra Cryo-TEM, including an easy-to-use semi-automated loading system as well as dramatic improvements in automation, that make it the ideal instrument for a wide range of users.
Learn how the Tundra Cryo-TEM can impact your drug discovery and development in our 30 minute webinar, including:
- Accessibility for non-experts, with increased automation that does not sacrifice performance
- Rapid sample screening workflows for optimized high-resolution cryo-EM
- Timely structural insights for small molecules and biologics at the resolutions necessary for hit finding
- Cryo-EM characterization of nanoparticle delivery systems
Musa Sani, Product Marketing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Sani has a PhD in structural biology and an executive MBA from RSM. Bringing previous experience in pharmaceutical drug discovery and development, he joined Thermo Fisher Scientific to enhance cryo-EM for the biotech and pharma industries.
Hans Raaijmakers, Staff Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Raaijmakers has worked for 14 years in pharma as a structural biologist, modeler, and biochemist. He is the co-inventor of acalabrutinib, a kinase inhibitor prescribed for certain b-cell malignancies. He joined Thermo Fisher Scientific to enhance the capabilities of cryo-EM in pharmaceutical research and development.
Dimple Karia, Applications Architect, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Karia has a PhD in structural biology from the University of Oxford, UK. Before joining Thermo Fisher Scientific, Dr. Karia ran the EM facility at the University of Oxford as a senior cryo-EM staff scientist.