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Recent Highlights

Time-Resolved SAXS Screen of Small-Molecule Drug Candidates

SIBYLS made the news for work on time-resolved, high-throughput, small-angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) at the Advanced Light Source (ALS) improving the screening of small-molecule drug candidates, and providing insight into[…]

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Join us for our 15th Annual BioSAXS Workshop on August 14th

Learn how to get the most out of your SAXS data from experts in the field and tour the SIBYLS beamline at the Advanced Light Source. During the workshop our[…]

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SIBYLS research in Bifurcation of Electrons is highlighted in ALS Science Briefs newsletter

Scientists at SIBYLS used small angle x-ray scattering to understand a microbial protein involved in the bifurcation of high and low energy electrons in microbial metabolism. By analyzing the SAXS[…]

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Applications of Small Angle Scattering to Structural Biology

SIBYLS beamline scientist, Michal Hammel, partners with BioCAT beamline scientist, Jesse Hopkins to lead a workshop on small angle and neutron scattering at the ACA 74th Annual Meeting in Denver,[…]

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