Protein crystallography: Gently does it for submicron crystals

 

Website A protein structure has been refined with electron diffraction data obtained by using a very weak electron beam to collect large numbers of diffraction patterns from a few sub-micron-sized three-dimensional crystals.

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ASI is participating in the China Holland Business Summit

Currently, ASI is taking part in the China Holland Business Summit, which is organized by the municipality of Amsterdam headed by major Van der Laan. During this trade mission, we have toasted to our collaboration with Nuclover. Look at the pictures to get an impression from the trade mission.

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ASI spots Rutte and Merkel at Hannover Messe

This sunday, the opening ceremony of the Hannover Messe was attended by The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Hannover Messe is the largest industry trade fair of the world, at which Holland is represented by 270 companies and educational institutions. Amsterdam Scientific Instruments is also attending the Hannover Messe this year and spotted Rutte and Merkel while they were visiting the Holland High Tech Stand.

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This year, the Netherlands and Germany are hosting the event together. Prime Minister Rutte held a speech in German. “It is wrong to only associate The Netherlands with tulips and cheese”, he said.

Rutte sees the Hannover Messe as a great opportunity to show the world that Holland is a country of “inventors, creative minds and resourceful engineers.” In his speech, he also praised the close cooperation between German and Dutch innovative companies like Philips and ASML.

 

 

 

 

 

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A productive cooperation with the professionals of Amsterdam Scientific Instruments resulted in a fast development of a neutron sensitive Medipix detector. We are happy that we are now the proud owner of such a system that comes with excellent support.

Jeroen Plomp, Research Technician/Scientist
TU Delft