THE STEM (Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope) FACILITY
at Brookhaven National Laboratory
The STEM used to be an NIH Research Resource and as such was available to outside users with appropriate projects free of charge. We have lost this support, but continue to operate as a User Facility on a Fee-For-Service basis.
We are updating our web page.
See it (reload or refresh) http://www.biology.bnl.gov/stem/stem.html for details.
PURPOSE OF THIS PAGE
Our web page (link given above) has essentially all the useful information about the facility and its use.
We will try to use this page for transient information, such as announcements and "news".
STEM Users who have been using the STEM PCMass programs for analyses and viewing, should be using a recent version, say PCMass29. It is much more user-friendly and also it has more tutorials. There is a new, complete, PCMass29 program on our ftp site.
Most users mail (ON Express) their samples. Frozen samples, in a well-insulated package with lots of dry ice, will stay frozen for many days -- long enough to clear customs if they are from abroad. A sample package is shown below (held by Joe and Beth):
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ANNUAL EM WORKSHOP
The annual STEM/EM Workshop was held Friday, April 27, 2007 at the end of the RapiData Crystallography course. Here is a picture of the participants.
A GOLD-LABELING WORKSHOP
Was held Sept. 11-13, 2007. It was organized by Dr. James Hainfeld.