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Join us for this 2-day SAXS workshop to be held via zoom during the 2022 ALS User Meeting. Registration is FREE. You will need to register for the ALS User[…]
Our very own James Holton has organized what looks to be a fantastic Gordon Research Conference. Diffraction Methods in Structural Biology will be held in Lewiston Maine on the campus[…]
SIBYLS beamline scientist, Scott Classen, collaborated with ScienceIT consultants Shawfeng Dong and Fengchen Liu to use AutoML machine learning for the LoopDHS project. As part of the effort, IT student[…]
SIBYLS beamline scientist, Michal Hammel, will lead a workshop on Applications of Small Angle Scattering to Structural Biology at the 2022 ACA in Portland, Oregon on July 29th. Registration is[…]
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