image: User interface for FragMAX screening platform at MAX IV Researchers at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB), in collaboration with MAX IV’s BioMAX team, have validated a new diverse universal compound library used in the process of drug discovery and development. The HZB study, published in CellPress, sourced the power of MAX IV’s macromolecular crystallography beamline BioMAX
Matilda Ernkrans, Swedish Minister for Higher Education and Research, did a tour of MAX IV as part of her visit to Lund on Tuesday 30 April. “We are very happy to welcome the new Swedish Minister for Higher Education and Research and show her the versatility of this facility and the broad use it has
The biological laboratory at MAX IV is the central laboratory facility to support life science related experiments at various beamlines and also a platform to carry out in-house life science research. The lab complements those beamline-attached sample preparation units and is designed to offer extended instrumentation access and top-notch supports with continuous upgrading possibility.