The 10,000th structure determined with PILATUS data has been released by the PDB. Nicholas Pearce wins a trip for two to Switzerland and up Mount Pilatus.
If you determined your structure with PILATUS data and have it released by the PDB next week, you might be the lucky winner of a trip up the famous Swiss mountain.
NEGGIA, the first plugin for XDS, enables direct and highly efficient reading of EIGER HDF5 data for accelerated processing.
In 2016, PILATUS and EIGER users determined more wonderful structures than ever before. In this compilation of your successes, we tip our hats.
After succeeding in high-end synchrotron radiation detection, EIGER X has now been shown to count electrons, too. Experiments in collaboration with the MRC-LMB in Cambridge demonstrate that EIGER is the ideal counting detector for electrons.
Two structures of the human cannabinoid receptor CB1 have been solved with data from EIGER X 16M and PILATUS3 6M detectors.
Second in the workshop series, HTCC 2017 in Poreč, Croatia, tackles new opportunities in crystallography that bring the discipline to the front lines of material and life sciences.
This topical conference will provide the opportunity for information exchange on existing, new and developing methods of NDT for composite materials and fabrication techniques.
Instruct is a distributed European Research Infrastructure, which provides scientists with access to all major cutting edge technologies that enable biomacromolecular structure determination at atomic resolution.