"Having a Xeuss in our lab has made it possible to answer research questions with quickly accessible experiments, without having to wait for the availability of less handy facilities", Dr Alessandra Del Giudice, Sapienza University of Rome.
Nano-inXider supports all experiments for pursuing our research on macromolecular complexes, such as nuclear pore complex, virus systems, and chromosomes", Prof. Seung Joong KIM, KAIST.
"With the Xeuss flexibility in the experimental setup, it is possible to imagine or design in situ experiments or sample environments...", Dr. Cristián Huck Iriart, National University of San Martín, Argentina
"An in-house system provides the ability to respond in real time to the results, preparing new samples on the fly in response to what you are observing. This ability is often key to finding the right conditions for a particular sample." Associate Professor John Pascal, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular…
“We want to be a partner with our vendor and based on the depth of interaction provided during the evaluation process, we were convinced that XENOCS is able and willing to provide that deeper relationship.” Nichole M. Wonderling, Materials Characterization Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University.
“The Xeuss 2.0 HR is built with components currently in use in several world-class leading synchrotron research facilities ” Dr. José Leobardo Bañuelos, Department of Physics, The University of Texas at El Paso