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Scottish Centre for Macromolecular Imaging (SCMI)

The new £5m Scottish Centre for Macromolecular Imaging (SCMI) is part of the Medical Research Council-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR) and is the result of collaboration between researchers from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and St Andrews. The SCMI was opened in September 2018 by Richard Henderson FRS, Nobel Laureate 2017 for Chemistry, and attended by world-leading investigators and keynote speakers from around the globe. Investment for the centre was awarded through the Medical Research Council (MRC) to boost structural and cell biology research, and is part of an £11.3m government funding boost by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. *


Period Start 2018-09-11 established
  Group University of Glasgow
Products Industry molecular imaging
  Industry 2 electron microscope
Person Person Bhella, David (Univ Glasgow 201809– Director of SCMI)
Region Region Glasgow
  Country United Kingdom (GB)
  City n. a. Glasgow
    Address record changed: 2018-09-12
Basic data Employees n. a.
    * Document for �About Section�: University of Glasgow. (9/11/18). "Press Release: Cutting-edge Electron Microscope Revealed at Opening of New £5m Structural Biology Centre".
Record changed: 2020-08-04


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