The Diamond Summer/Autumn School usually has a lecture on Scattering. A pdf of one of the recent presentations can be found here.
There's lots of information out there on SAXS, but where to start? On these pages we have placed useful tutorials on most of the major areas of science covered by the technique, and how SAXS can help together with links to resources we hope you will find useful. In particular, we have tried to put together a useful guide to biological solution scattering for users of Diamond.
The tutorials come from the S4SAS Workshops we've held so far. These were aimed at those new to SAXS and those who would like a refresher! The workshops are held in conjunction with the UK SAXS User Meeting, which brings together the community to discuss the latest science and issues relating to the development of the technique.
We have also provided links to external resources we think you might find useful, including software and reference materials. The SAS Portal is a particularly useful resource for the Small Angle Scatterer containing background information, general information on best practise in SAS measurement and the software users can user to analyse the data.
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