Bruker AXS B.V.* Bruker AXS Inc., Madison, WI, USA**
○Martin Adam* Matthew Benning** Sue Byram**
Recent trends in macromolecular crystallography have dictated the development of methods that facilitate high throughput experiments, specifically at synchrotron sources. Equally as important but often less emphasized in the success of these experiments are the procedures that take place in the home laboratory. From crystallization to characterization, advances in technology have not only improved high-throughput applications but also extended capabilities at home.
This presentation will focus on recent developments in Bruker AXS hardware, such as Crystal Farm, Bruno, X8 Proteum and AXIOM 200, that are key to high-throughput experiments in the home laboratory.