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July 31, 2014

19 Nations to meet at IUCR UNESCO OpenFactory

The IUCr, together with Xenocs, STOE and DECTRIS have now announced the selected delegates for the IUCr-UNESCO OpenFactory in Darmstadt and Grenoble.

June 20, 2014

Xenocs announces the launch of the Xeuss 2.0 during PP2014 conference in China

Xenocs introduced its new SAXS/WAXS system - the Xeuss 2.0 - at the International Symposium on Polymer Physics (PP2014) which was held in Nanjing, China, from June 8th to 12th.

June 12, 2014

High performance Scatterless slits 2.0

Xenocs new generation of Scatterless slits 2.0 is compared to other existing commercial solutions available for beam collimation with low parasitic scattering.

January 24, 2014

IUCr-UNESCO OpenFactory : High quality education free of charge for 21 young scientists from across the world - A STOE-DECTRIS-XENOCS event

The United Nations have proclaimed 2014 as ‘the International year of crystallography’.

December 5, 2013

Scatterless 2.0 collimation for Xeuss - New step towards ultimate Clean Beam for High Performance SAXS in the lab

Based on many years of experience of scatterless slits technology, Xenocs has made a new step forward by developing a new generation of scatterless slits for its Xeuss SAXS/ WAXS equipment.

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OpenFactory

OpenFactory

Darmstadt, Germany - Grenoble, France
September 10-19, 2014

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XTOP

XTOP

Villard de Lans, France
September 14-19, 2014

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We use the system primarily for screening crystals prior to synchrotron trips but also for collecting native datasets from crystals that diffract better than average.
Phil Jeffrey
Crystallography Facility Manager in the department of Molecular Biology at Princeton University
The research activity of the lab is mainly devoted to forming, surface treatments and assembling of materials and structures.
Dr Gilles Régnier
ENSAM Art et Métiers Paris, PIMM Laboratory
It is unique! We reach minimum q of about 0.01 nm-1, which has never been achieved with a point lab source.
Prof. Yongfeng Men
Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China