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Courses that feature electron microscopy:

BIOL 210: Scanning Electron Microscopy

Course description

Course micrographs:Fall 2002, Fall 2003, Spring 2005, Spring 2006 , Spring 2007 (under construction)

BIOL 220: Transmission Electron Microscopy

Course description

Course micrographs: Spring 2004, Fall 2004

BIOL 350: Biological [Transmission] Electron Microscopy

Classroom Photos from the Fall 2000 course.

Course description

Student transmission electron micrographs:  Fall 2001; Fall 2000; Fall 1999; Fall 1998

Summer EM Workshops

Intensive workshops that run 1-3 weeks; offered separately for faculty and for students.

Topics include: Biological Sample Prep for TEM or SEM; Materials Sample Prep for TEM (Tripod Polishing) or SEM; Intro to SEM; Intro to TEM; Analytical EM; Cryoultramicrotomy

Student research using the EM Facility (Academic Year 2006/2007)
Student research using the EM Facility (Academic Year 2007/2008)
Student research using the EM Facility (Academic Year 2008/2009)

Student research using the EM Facility (Academic Year 2009/2010)


Courses that offer exposure to electron microscopy:

ENGR 232: Engineering of Materials
Course micrographs and data: Spring 2001; Spring 2002; Spring 2003; Spring 2004, Spring 2006

BIOL 152: Organisms and Populations  
Course micrographs (Fall 2005)

BIOL 140: Biological Systems

Course micrographs Spring 2007 (under construction)

BIOL 153: Cells, Metabolism, and Heredity  
Course micrographs (Spring 2001)

BIOL 473: Sensory Biology  
Course micrographs (Spring 2003)

PHYS 320: Modern Physical Measurements  
Classroom Photos from the Fall 2000 course

GEOS 204: Earth Systems Science  
Course micrographs (Spring 2003)

CHEM 155: Archaeological Chemistry  
Course micrographs & data (Fall 2002) (Spring 2010)

ISP 118:  Interdisciplinary Science Program    
Electron microscopy projects (Spring 2005)
Course micrographs (under construction)