Cryo-electron Microscope (Yokohama Campus)
（top image）The cryo-electron microscope is three meters tall and is equipped with a state-of-the-art detector to count electrons, and this information is processed in the box seen in front. There are three cryo-electron microscopes in operation at the Central NMR Complex, RIKEN Yokohama.
The cryo-electron microscope is an electron microscope that exhibits powerful capabilities for observing proteins and other biomolecules. The 3D structures of biomolecules can be determined in a close-to-natural stage by quickly freezing them in solution.