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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CNI is back in operation!

From today 4th of May CNI has started its way to go back to normal operation. Following the recommended safety procedures for COVID-19, the researchers started their activities in the TEM, Raman spectroscopy, 2D materials growth and characterization laboratories. Soon chemical synthesis and nanoteranostic will follow. The number of researchers that enter the lab every day is still limited but as the things will go better it will growth to normal condition. We hope also that soon PhD students and master student can join us prosecuting their thesis projects.