BioSAXS Essentials 8 workshop introduces state-of-the-art density program
In an era when our most detailed pictures of biomolecules come from frozen or crystalline samples, biological small angle X-ray solution scattering (BioSAXS) is more essential than ever as a tool for learning how molecules actually behave under realistic biological conditions in the liquid state.
CHESS unveils fresh new website
Parallel to the CHESS-U project performing necessary equipment upgrades here at Wilson Lab, the CHESS website was also in the shop for a makeover.
RAW Power! MacCHESS software brings synchrotron-level data processing to the laptop and home laboratory
Since its introduction by Søren Skou (Nielsen) in 2010, the BioXTAS RAW software has been a familiar interface to the many biomedical scientists collecting data at CHESS beamlines in recent years.
In search of the dead zone: using fish to monitor low oxygen marine environments
Longtime CHESS user Karin E. Limburg has been bringing challenging problems in marine biology to CHESS for many years.