"Small angle X-ray scattering and diffraction experiments for life sciences, automating the routine to focus on the important!"
Monday, October 28, 2013, 10 am
Conference Room 156, Building 744
Hosted by: Lin Yang
In today's broad multidisciplinary approach to life science research, users cannot, and perhaps should not be expected to specialize in the use of synchrotron radiation, as they often require many different tools to probe their system of interest. To encourage and enable a greater proportion of the life science community to use synchrotron radiation requires a combination of access and support, not only during the experiment but also for analysis and publication.