Electron crystallography at CNI awarded among the most cited papers of IUCrJ journal

In a recent summary paper on IUCr journal perspective J. Allen cites our paper ‘Nanobeam precession assisted 3D electron diffraction reveals a new polymorph of hen egg-white lysozime’ Lanza et al. (2019)as one of the most cited of the IUCrJ journal among those on Cryo-EM. Literally Allen says that in this paper “a group from Italy, present the first new protein structure both determined from 3D electron diffraction data and validated by X-ray crystallography. The authors point to potential new insights being achievable by combining electron and X-ray crystallography methods.”

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5DNanoPrinting has started!

The 5D NanoPrinting project has started with its first virtual kick-off meeting held in the IIT - Center for MicroBioRobotics in Pontedera the 21st of September. The goal of the project is to create an innovative technology for the rapid-prototyping realization of micro(nano)machines and components that will find several cutting-edge applications in fields like consumer electronics, automotive and healthcare. 5dNanoPrinting was granted a budget of 3.58 million euros under the EU’s Horizon 2020 FET Open Program. CNI is participating to the project with a team of researchers of the Electron Crystallography research line coordinated by Mauro Gemmi.