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Past news

2014

December 2014: NatX-ray's products are now available in the People's Republic of China through our exclusive distributor Dalian LIND Import Export Corp. Ltd. Contact info are available here.

7-10 October 2014: NatX-ray was present at the GTBio meeting in Grenoble, France.

5-12 August 2014: NatX-ray was present at the IUCr meeting in Montréal, Québec, Canada.



The NatX-ray booth at the IUCr 2014 in Montreal, Canada, with the exclusive RodBot TM technology on display (collaboration NatX-ray / MagnebotiX / MiTeGen)

June 2014: The G-Rob system has been selected by The Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin as SPINE and Unipuck sample changer for BL14.2 beamline. The G-Rob will be installed in early 2015.

June 2014: Delivery of a Micro-Spectrophotometer for Crystals (MiSC) at The Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin to be used off-line and on BL14.2 beamline.

24-28 May 2014: NatX-ray was present at the ACA meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

2013

3-6 November 2013: NatX-ray was present at the PSDI at hotel Astoria, in Lucerne, Switzerland.

September 2013: Installation of a G-Rob system at The Brookhaven National Laboratory.

25-29 August 2013: NatX-ray was present at the ECM at University of Warwick, UK.

20-24 July 2013: NatX-ray was present at the ACA meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

02-05 July 2013: NatX-ray was present at the AFC meeting in Bordeaux, France.

2012

11-13 November 2012: NatX-ray was present at the 20th PSDI at Chateau de Montvillargenne, France.

30 September - 3 October 2012: NatX-ray was present at the 70th Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in Menlo Park, California, USA.

23-28 September 2012: NatX-ray was present at the 14th ICCBM meeting in Huntsville, Alabama, USA.

6-11 August 2012: NatX-ray was present at the 27th ECM meeting in Bergen, Norway.

August 2012: NatX-ray distributs the Unipuck products.

28 July-1 August 2012: NatX-ray was present at the ACA meeting in Boston, USA.

9-13 July 2012: NatX-ray was present at the SRI 2012 meeting in Lyon, France with a booth to present NatX-ray products.

June 2012: NatX-ray signed a distribution partnership agreement with Jena Bioscience.

3-6 April 2012: NatX-ray was present at the GTBio meeting in Montpellier, France

January 2012: NatX-ray starts the production of a G-Rob 2D system for the CBS at Montpellier, France.

2011

22-30 August 2011: NatX-ray was present at the IUCR meeting in Madrid, with a G-Rob system for demonstration.

August 2011: NatX-ray France moves to a new location, to give more room to its future development. See our new coordinates in Contact

April 2011: NatX-ray signed a cross-distribution partnership agreement with MiTeGen. Our most popular consumables are now available in the MiTeGen catalogue.


January 2011: Ada Yonath, Nobel price 2009 (Chemistry), visits the new G-Rob system installed on beamline MX2 at LNLS, during her visit to the Brazilian synchrotron.

2010

May 2010: NatX-ray starts production of its second G-Rob "synchrotron" system. This system was specifically designed by NatX-ray for beamline MX2 at LNLS (Brazilian synchrotron).

Apr. 2010: NatX-ray LLC was created in California, USA, as a resale unit for consumables. NatX-ray LLC, located in San Diego, is a 100% subsidiary of NatX-ray SAS.

Feb. 2010: After a series of validation tests, the first "in house" G-Rob system is delivered to the EPFL.
See the details and the first results obtained on this machine here.
Press release can be found here.

Jan. 2010: NatX-ray starts production of its first G-Rob "synchrotron" system. This system was specifically designed by NatX-ray for the MASSIF project at ESRF.

2009

June 2009: NatX-ray is awarded the 2009 national competition for innovative projects (category "Creation/Development"), organized by the French Ministry of Research and OSEO-ANVAR.

May 2009: NatX-ray starts production of its first G-Rob "in house" system. This system was specifically designed by NatX-ray for the automated crystallography platform of the EPFL.

Apr. 2009: Nathalie Larive is recipient of the "Reseau Entreprendre Isère" grant, through the Innotech program, which supports innovative Businesses. A movie designed for the laureate celebration is available here.

Apr. 2009: NatX-ray SAS is created in France. The headquarter is located at Minatec, and the research and production facility is hosted by the IBS.
Main co-founders are:
Nathalie A. Larive, President
Dr. Jean-Luc Ferrer, scientific consultant
Xavier Vernède, scientific consultant

2008

Oct. 2008: The G-Rob SE-V (Sample Environment Viewing project) is funded by the "Région Rhone-Alpes" through the "Fonds d'Appui Labo" program.

May 2008: Nathalie Larive is awarded the 2008 national competition for innovative projects (category "Emergence"), organized by the French Ministry of Research and OSEO-ANVAR.

2007

Oct. 2007: The NatX-ray project starts incubation at GRAIN.

May 2007: The NatX-ray project is officially launched.

Since 2000: the IBS team on the FIP-BM30A beamline at the ESRF continuously develops robotized systems for crystallography. The decision is taken in 2007 to commercialize these systems trough a startup.

 
 
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