Christian Brönnimann and Peter Trüb of DECTRIS have just published a reference article on Hybrid Photon Counting detectors for synchrotron radiation.
DECTRIS introduces a new performance class of microstrip detectors, the MYTHEN2 X series, for use at synchrotron sources.
MYTHEN microstrip detector systems have undergone a significant evolution of hardware, firmware and software, providing an ever better service to both advanced and inexperienced users.
Researchers at the Swiss Light Source, a synchrotron radiation facility at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Villigen, have developed a new approach to solving crystal structures from unmodified protein and nucleic acid crystals.
Hybrid Photon Counting (HPC) pixel detectors enable noise-free X-ray imaging with high dynamic range and a sharp point-spread function.
Anton Paar and DECTRIS Ltd. join forces by integration of EIGER detectors into the SAXSpace system
The 2015 DXC will be held at the Westin Westminster, Westminster, Colorado, U.S.A. It is a joint conference with the 16th International Conference on Total Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Analysis and Related Methods (TXRF 2015).
This two-day Workshop is organised by the DDD Working Group (WG) to define the need for and practicalities of routine deposition of primary experimental data in X-ray diffraction and related experiments.
The 29th European Crystallographic Meeting (ECM29) will be held in Rovinj, a coastal Croatian town where subtle Mediterranean grace, traditional Croatian hospitality and rich history.