XPS, AFM and STM in bio crystalography
wilkie at fizzy.murdoch.edu.au
Mon Sep 6 00:14:34 EST 1999
I am a physicist working in the surface science group at Murdoch
University in Western Australia. Mainly in X-ray Photoelectron
Spectroscopy, (XPS) and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM), as well as
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM).
Due to lack of research funds we are trying to set up a commercial
surface analysis service, to raise money to do research! In Australia,
most University research is government funded, but funds are begin cut
back. Unfortunately, the private sector here is not picking up the
I am trying to find out what types of problems that our techniques may
be useful for in a broad range of fields. If anyone has any suggestions
for applications of these techniques in biological crystallography, I
would really appreciate that sort of information.
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