Free research from Nobel prize winners
Image: Free access to research from 2017 Nobel Prize winners in the Journal of Microscopy [Niklas Elmehed, Nobel Media AB 2017].
To celebrate the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry award, the Royal Microscopical Society has collated articles by prize winners Professor Jacques Dubochet and Dr Joachim Frank, published in the Journal of Microscopy.
Twenty nine articles can be freely accessed in a virtual issue of the journal.
Dubochet, for example, provides insight into the first thirty years of cryo-EM and looks at electron beam induced changes in vitreous sections of biological samples.
Meanwhile, Frank writes about image analysis in electron microscopy and considers a 360º single-axis tilt stage for the high voltage electron microscope.
These are just four of many more papers from Frank and Dubochet published in the latest virtual issue.
Frank and Dubochet won the 2017 Nobel prize in Chemistry, alongside Dr Richard Henderson, for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution.
Find out more in the Virtual Issue: 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Winners.