Structural Genomix has tapped Kevin D’Amico to be its vice president of Synchrotron Radiation Research, a position that will have him operating from SGX’s facility at the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, in Argonne, Ill.

D’Amico will work with Advanced Photon Source to oversee the design, development, and operation of a dual undulator beamline facility there. The facility, which SGX says will allow its scientists more quickly determine protein structures, is set to begin operating in November.

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