The ScienceHill-CryoEM lab is one of the three sites of the Yale CryoEM Resource (YCR). It has two electron microscopes (a 200 kV Glacios and a 120 kV Talos L120C) and cryo-sample preparation devices. The lab provides training and support on cryoEM techniques such as single particle analysis (SPA), cryo electron tomography (cryoET), and microcrystal electron diffraction (MicroED), as well as negative stain EM.
The lab works closely with the Yale Center for Reserch Computing (YCRC) and the Richards Center, where you can find many resources for analyzing both EM and crystallographic data. The YCR has another 200 kV Glacios and a 120 kV Tecnai T12 at the Yale School of Medicine site (formerly part of CCMI). YCR’s 300 kV Titan Krios electron microscope is located at the West Campus, which you can learn about here. Keep an eye on the MB&B Department seminars, which frequently invites speakers who are cryoEM experts.