Since its start in July 2021, the European MOSBRI network constitutes a network for molecular biophysical sample characterization techniques across various European countries. MOSBRI is funded by a EU infrastructure grant and offers transnational access (TNA) to biophysical instrumentation, organizes training workshops, and hosts other events. The single MOSBRI site in the Netherlands is located here at the University of Groningen and is formed by several experimental biophysics groups at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials. Our site (named RUG-BP) offers instrumentation and expertise in single molecule studies, (live/fixed-cell) super-resolution microscopy and solid-state NMR spectroscopy. More information can also be found on the central MOSBRI site and the RUG-BP partner page.
The RUG-BP partners are:
- Single Molecule Approaches – Wouter Roos
- STED nanoscopy – Rifka Vlijm
- Solid-state NMR spectroscopy – Patrick van der Wel
Applications for access are initiated via the MOSBRI website, which also provides more information about the process. For organizational or scientific questions, please contact the abovementioned group leaders.
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