Scipion is freely available and it's source code is 100% open. In exchange, please, cite, not only us, but ALL the software that helped you to produce your article. Your citations are our fuel to keep doing this.
Scipion provides a easy way to export all methods used in a project to bibtex format. You'll find it under the methods tab, in the REFERENCES: section. You'll find there all the references for the selected protocols.
Located in Madrid where Scipion project was initiated. It is the home of Xmipp, a classic in cryo em image processing software and one of the main locations were Scipion is produced.http://i2pc.es
Located in Stockholm, lots of contributions to Scipion core and plugins as well as beta-testing in local EM facility happens here , facilities beta-testing and plugin developments are coming from there.https://www.scilifelab.se/
This is not an official institutional collaboration, but contributions from Gregory Sharov and Joaquin Otón have to be mentioned here.https://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/
Many more people are contributing to this project. They have integrated their own software into Scipion, or helped with beta-testing or funded this project. This is a growing list you can find at the acknowledgements page./acknowledgements
UAM Personnel from the Computer Science faculty is actively contributing to this project.http://www.uam.es/EPS/Home.htm
Hopefully, cryoem software developers will realize this is a nice way to offer their software to our user base, and probably the best way to keep biologists focused on their research and not on installing/integrating software.