#Mymachineandme

An excellent research infrastructure and the latest technologies feature Max Planck Institutes and offer an excellent working ground for young scientists. The campagne #mymachineandme initiated by the Max Planck Society gives a look behind theese scences by shwoing scientist at their daily research work. 

"This is me with my 'machine': I am working at an Äkta purifier chromatography system. It is mostly only perceived as a standard method in purifying proteins, but for us it is one of the key methods in rebuilding essential protein complexes in vitro." Isabelle Stender, Department Mechanistic Cell Biology

"This is me with my 'machine': I am working at an Äkta purifier chromatography system. It is mostly only perceived as a standard method in purifying proteins, but for us it is one of the key methods in rebuilding essential protein complexes in vitro." Isabelle Stender, Department Mechanistic Cell Biology

“Sometimes developing a microscope looks like DJing - I built this microscope to activate specific regions of a living cell. “ Bruni Scocozza, PhD student,  Systemic Cell Biology 

“Sometimes developing a microscope looks like DJing - I built this microscope to activate specific regions of a living cell. “ Bruni Scocozza, PhD student, Systemic Cell Biology 

"This is us with our 'machine', the Aquilos cryo-FIB/SEM. It helps us to make the hidden biology visible. The Aquilos is used to thin down thick samples with a focused ion beam. These thin regions are then imaged with a cryo-TEM.” Sebastian Tacke and Zhexin Wang, scientists  Structural Biochemistry

"This is us with our 'machine', the Aquilos cryo-FIB/SEM. It helps us to make the hidden biology visible. The Aquilos is used to thin down thick samples with a focused ion beam. These thin regions are then imaged with a cryo-TEM.” Sebastian Tacke and Zhexin Wang, scientists Structural Biochemistry

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