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BioXolver - a new in-house SAX instrument

Join the launch of the in-house SAXS set-up, the BioXolver, which has been developed in a close collaboration between the company SAXSLab and the BioSAXS group at the Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology at the University of Copenhagen.


11-10-2017 15:00 - 18:00


Benzon Auditorium,
Universitetsparken 2
2100 - Copenhagen Ø


Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology & SAXSLab, a Xenocs company


The BioXolver is the result of three years collaboration and is an in-house, fully automated SAXS setup tailormade to fit the needs of a biomolecular research laboratory. You can read more about the instrument at the description of the BIOXolver at the Xenocs homepage.

A BioXolver set-up will be available in the BioSAXS laboratory until the summer 2018, or for longer in case a permanent installation of the instrument is financed. You are very welcome to contact Annette Eva Langkilde ( or Saskia Bucciarelli ( if you are interested in setting up a collaboration using the instrument.

The launch will include a presentation of the collaboration, a tour of the instrument and a reception. The launch will take place at 15:00, 11th october 2017 in the Benzon Auditorium, Universitetsparken 2, 2100 Copenhagen. The reception and tours will be from 16:00 in the foyer of building 30, Universitetsparken 2, 2100 Copenhagen.


Benzon Auditorium, Building 12, Universitetsparken 2

15:00 Welcome by Michael Gajhede, Head of Biostructural Research Section, University of Copenhagen

15:10 "Successful collaboration between academia and industry" - Søren Skou, director of SAXSLab

15:30 "The BIOXolver - a fully automated in-house SAXS set-up" - Saskia Bucciarelli, postdoc in the BioSAXS group

15:45 Finishing remarks

Foyer of building 30, Universitetsparken 2

16:00 – 18:00 Reception with tour of instrument



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