At CryoSol, we believe innovation in vitrification sample preparation technology is of vital importance to advance cryo-electron microscopy results. The world needs reliable and reproducible solutions to unravel and validate the mysteries of proteins, the molecules that make life happen. Because proteins play a key role in the development of life-changing medicines, vaccines and even ways to cure diseases. A lot of research, knowledge-sharing and hard work is needed to understand protein structures.
This is where CryoSol comes in. We are passionate about science, and we like to push the boundaries of technology. We are driven to help structural biologists with challenges to vitrify their biological samples. That is why we are focused on enabling this at high throughput. This takes trust and a flexible, open-minded team that thrives on sharing knowledge. We encourage and value the contributions of all customers, partners and co-workers. Because it is only by working together that we can truly help life scientists in their quest to achieve more groundbreaking research that will make a lasting difference.
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