Full partners list

The organizing committee of the HTCC4 and Croatian Association of Crystallographers highly acknowledge the support of our distinguished partners. You can find some information and links to their webpages below:

  • JEOL is the world leader in Electron Microscopy – SEM , TEM and Spectrometry EDS, NMR, XRF, SXES. The newly released Cryo ARM300 with the world record resolution on apoferritin at 1.54 Å will carry on this tradition.
  • Scan d.o.o.provides sales and service of laboratory equipment for our valued customers. Everything for electron microscopy, spectrometry, vacuum products, cryo products and sample preparation instruments.
  • Bruker – High-performance scientific instruments and analytical and diagnostic solutions to explore life and materials at molecular level.
  • Aparatura – Analytical equipment and Systems that are precisely tailored to the needs of scientists.
  • IUCr is an International Scientific Union. Its objectives is to promote international cooperation in crystallography and to contribute to all aspects of crystallography.
  • FORMULATRIX® provides laboratory automation solutions including the next generation of liquid handlers using microfluidic technology and protein crystallization.
  • Rigaku has been at the forefront of X-ray instrumentation since the 1950s, and is a world leader in all fields of single crystal and ‘powder’ X-ray diffraction.
  • DECTRIS is one of the technology leaders in X-Ray detection.
  • European Crystallographic Association (ECA) is a scientific association having as objectives the advancement of crystallography in all its aspects and to promote cooperation in crystallography between the countries of Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
  • MiTeGen offers innovative, world-class tools for crystallization, crystallography, cryocooling, and cryoem that enable the best science and maximize your productivity.
  • Crystals (ISSN 2073-4352) is an open access journal that covers all aspects of crystalline and liquid crystalline material research. The Impact Factor is 2.144 (2017).
  • EuChemS