TOPIQ | What To Do When the Lights Go Out - Rethinking the Homelab for Structural Biology Research

Presenter: Joseph Ferrara

The COVID-19 crisis forced a number of centralized facilities to go dark, stopping a number of projects. What will you do to keep your and your colleagues' structures moving through pipeline? In this webinar we will take a look at how you can maintain your throughput during future shutdowns with the latest in home laboratory equipment. You will learn about the recent advances in hybrid photon counting detectors, fast goniometers, sources, automation, control and processing software, and fully integrated, turnkey systems. Macromolecular crystallography systems are not just for MX and you see how you can leverage your investment by sharing resources with the small molecule crystallographers in your organization.

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