Having transformed X-ray detection, DECTRIS aims to improve detectors for electron microscopy, a new market we have been exploring since last June, when Sacha De Carlo joined as business development manager EM.
For the third consecutive year DECTRIS exhibited at the Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) with great success.
Ever heard of “Indisputable existence of Santa Claus”? Can mathematics prove the existence of Santa? And if he exists, then he must be able to deliver the PILATUS systems, right?
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.
When it comes to elucidating new insights by X-ray diffraction, diamonds, a PILATUS detector, and a Rigaku Oxford Diffraction instrument can enter into a rewarding friendship.
Learn about the "Basics and application of the Rietveld refinement" in a course for PhD students at the Max-Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart.
This year's MAX IV user meeting, the first since experiments started at the MAX IV synchrotron, will take place in the centre of Lund from 13 March to 15 March.
The annual meeting of the German Crystallographic Association will take place in Karlsruhe this year.