A Plate's View of Earth, Leading Crystallization Tools,
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A Crystallization Plate's View from the ISS
Modular In Situ-1™'s view of earth. (Photo Credit: NASA)
Astronaut Alex Gerst setting up crystallization experiments aboard the ISS. (Photo Credit: NASA)
While a lot of exciting developments happen at MiTeGen, this one is tough to beat. Our new modular In Situ-1 crystallization plate floating aboard the International Space Station with the earth as a background!
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Hot on Social Media:
Our Post of The Month: January
"Interesting findings in  @ActaCrystD on using sound pulses to solve the crystal-harvesting bottleneck. Findings show crystals can be acoustically harvested from slightly modified MiTeGen In Situ-1 crystallization plates.  #crystallography"

User Shao-Liang Zheng posted this #Crystallography #Throwback on Twitter
" Found some old films #crystallography in the lab: Bragg and von Laue @HarvardCCB @IUCr in 1948 "- @shaoliangzheng
Setting Up a New Lab? Need Equipment?
We've expand our Starter Kits and Lab Equipment:
Job Opportunities:
Open Scientific Sales Position
Scientist-focused sales campaigns, nurturing opportunities, and providing sales support to a broad range of researchers from academia to industry.
Open Research Position
Use your skills in X-ray crystallography, Electron Microscopy, and more.
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