Last month OMA Fellows Jacinta Yap (University of Liverpool) and our Early Stage Researcher Navrit Bal (ASI), along with QUASAR members Roland Schnuerer and Hao Zhang from the Cockcroft Institute visited the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre (CCC), UK to meet with the Head of the Douglas Cyclotron, Dr Andrzej Kacperek. The CCC is treating patients with […]
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Researchers from Stockholm University solved the structure of lysozyme from micro-crystals with a rare crystal form using ASI’s sensitive detector technology. Due to the detectors’ high read-out speed, in a short time, multiple datasets could be collected improving the final model quality. SUMMARY Recent developments of novel electron diffraction techniques have shown to be powerful […]
ASI is very pleased to announce that Angstrom Scientific, has been recently appointed the distributor of ASI’s products in the USA. Founders Evan Slow and Bob Sommerville formed Angstrom Scientific in 2004, to focus on providing characterization solutions to nanotechnology researchers. As a distributor and manufacturer’s representative serving the Americas, Angstrom Scientific utilizes Evan and […]
Amsterdam, 20 December 2017 Amsterdam Scientific Instruments (ASI) has acquired a license from CERN for the TIMEPIX3 technology, a core component for ASI’s next generation hybrid pixel cameras. With the newly obtained license the company can now deliver the systems commercially. ASI is a spin-off from Nikhef, the Dutch institute of Particle Physics. Since its […]
Last week, Dorine Schenk from renowned Dutch newspaper NRC handelsblad wrote an article in the Scientific weekend special on the Timepix/Medipix based radiation detector that we have developed over the last few years in collaboration with Nikhef, and CERN. As the full article is originally published in Dutch, we’ve written a short piece on it in English: In […]