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Thermo Fisher Scientific GmbH, Germany

Thermo Fisher Scientific is the world leader in serving science. We enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. With our brand Thermo Scientific we offer solutions for Chromatography, Elemental Analysis, Mass Spectrometry, Molecular Spectroscopy as well as Laboratory Inf more

Anton Paar GmbH, Austria

Anton Paar develops, produces and distributes highly accurate laboratory instruments and process measuring systems, and provides custom-tailored automation and robotic solutions. It is the world leader in the measurement of density, concentration and CO2 and in the field of rheometry. Anton Paar’s more

Röntgenlabor Dr. Emrich, Germany

Qualitative and quantitative phase analysis with all special methods (high temperature, layers ...) and element analysis. Crystallinity, crystallite size, micro strain, polymorphism more

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Understanding Crystallography - Part 1: From Proteins to Crystals

How can you determine the structure of a complex molecule from a single crystal? Professor Elspeth Garman take us on a journey into the world of crystallography - from protein production and purification to growing the right type of crystals.In her laboratory at the University of Oxford Elspeth ... more

Understanding Crystallography - Part 2: From Crystals to Diamond

How do X-rays help us uncover the molecular basis of life?In the second part of this mini-series, Professor Stephen Curry takes us on a journey into the Diamond Light Source, one of the UK's most expensive and sophisticated scientific facilities.Generating light brighter than the sun, and hostin ... more

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