Xenocs User Community Forum is open!

Xenocs is very pleased to announce the opening of its User Forum. The User Forum is a tool provided by Xenocs to allow users to share experience and ideas, and to ask questions to the community of users and to Xenocs scientists. Xenocs application scientist Manuel Fernández, in charge of…
8 November 2018

BAM inaugurates state-of-the-art SAXS facility from Xenocs

On January 26, BAM - the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing - in Berlin inaugurated their new SAXS facility. The new facility, dubbed MAUS for "Multi-scale Analyser for Ultrafine Structures", was supplied to BAM by Xenocs. (From left to right) Dr. Brian Pauw and Dr. Andreas Thünemann with…
15 February 2018

Xeuss 2.0 HR SAXS/WAXS instrument at the LLB, CEA Saclay

The LLB (Laboratoire Léon Brillouin), big scientific research laboratory located at CEA Saclay in France, acquired in 2016 the Xeuss 2.0 HR SAXS/WAXS instrument from Xenocs (SAXS/WAXS, Small/Wide Angle X-ray Scattering). The system, installed last December at the LIONS laboratory, will enable users coming from a broad scientific community to…
23 March 2017


Sassenage, France - January 4, 2017 - Xenocs SAS and SAXSLAB Aps announce that Xenocs has acquired 100% of SAXSLAB shares in an all cash transaction. "We are very excited about this acquisition, as it will strengthen our ability to provide innovative solutions for characterisation at the nano-scale; ultimately allowing…
4 January 2017

Xeuss 2.0 HR SAXS/WAXS instrument at The Pennsylvania State University

The Materials Characterization lab at the Pennsylvania State University's Materials Research Institute recently purchased a Xeuss 2.0 HR SAXS/WAXS system equipped with a Pilatus3 200K detector and SWAXS module to replace their current X-ray scattering instrument installed ten years ago. The instrument will be used to expand the characterization capabilities…
4 November 2016

In-situ SWAXS measurements in the lab are proving their worth

We at Xenocs see a growing interest from our user community for performing environmental studies with in-situ, simultaneous SAXS and WAXS measurements (SWAXS). Of course, synchrotron experiments are necessary for studying extremely fast dynamics (a second or less). However, a large range of useful experiments seem possible in the laboratory…
8 July 2016