A substantial part of the SSRL research program consists in hardware and software developments to create a robust and user-friendly data environment for macromolecular crystallography experiments.
The Blu-Ice/DCS software efficiently handles diverse hardware control systems and hides the complexity of the instrument behind a flexible and easy to use graphical user interface. The DCS software is also used by Web-Ice a web-browser based set of applications developed to fully integrate data analysis with the beamline hardware.
The Autodrug project is aimed at developing user-specified efficient workflows for fully automated experiments
The Stanford Automated sample Mounting system (SAM) robot allows the users to mount crystals from the Blu-Ice interface. This system is critical for high-throughput sample screening and remote experiments.
With the Remote Access tools users can monitor and control their experiments from remote locations, process their data and solve structures using the computers at SSRL, and work effectively with geographically dispersed collaborators.
Other developments made available to users include an automated beamstop with an integrated beam sensor, a pressure cell for derivatization of Xe and Kr and MAD scripts for easy data processing.
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