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Determination of pharmaceutical compounds using an ASI detector

The group from Prof. Dr. J.P. Abrahams from Leiden University published their research on the determination of organic pharmaceutical compounds using a Timepix quantum area detector developed by ASI. This study has been noted in the research news of International Union of Crystallography on the 26th of February. The following message is adapted from their news item: [caption id="attachment_2316" ...

ASI participates in EU awarded ITN project: OMA

The EU awarded a H2020 “Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks” (ITN) grant for the Optimization of Medical Accelerators (OMA) to a consortium consisting of 14 universities, research institutes and companies. The consortium is lead by Prof. Dr. Carsten WELSCH from the University of Liverpool that inspired the consortium to reach this “dream result”. This H2020 grant will allo...

ASI is a new partner of the ATTRACT initiative

ASI is a new partner in the ATTRACT project which is a new, open, pan-EU initiative to accelerate the development of these specialist detector and imaging technologies for market – through a process of co-innovation with other labs, SMEs, industry and universities. The aim: to work with scientists, students, entrepreneurs and investors to invent new services and products, and attract new investm...