Development of Ultrasonic Acoustic Levitation Diffractometer

Ultrasonic acoustic levitation diffractometer is a novel tool for protein crystallography experiments combining the acoustic levitation, fast-frame-rate X-ray image detector, and high-brightness X-ray source. We aim at realizing a high-speed, high-sample-efficiency, high-throughput crystallography tool at room temperature.

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Acoustic Levitation Diffractometer team

Laboratory for Micro- & Nanotechnology
Soichiro Tsujino, Dr.
Celestino Padeste, Dr.

Laboratory for Bioimaging
Takashi Tomizaki, Dr.

Laboratory for Biomolecular Research
Jörg Standfuss, Dr.
Petr Skopintsev
Dmitry Veprintsev
Antonia Furrer

Laboratory for Thermal Hydraulics
Yohei Sato

LeadXpro AG
Michael Hennig, Prof. Dr.
Robert Cheng, Dr.
Matthieu Botte, Dr.

Fachhochschule Nordwest (FHNW)
Magnus Christiansen, Prof. Dr.
Jonathan Schmidli,

ETHZ and University of Hokkaido
Yasushi Takeda, Prof. Dr.