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June 2014
An X-ray laser pulse at SLAC’s Linac Coherent Light Source probes a supercooled water droplet (center, left). The speed and brightness of the X-ray pulses allowed researchers to study water molecules...
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June 2014
Thymine – the molecule in the foreground – is one of the four basic building blocks that make up the double helix of DNA. It’s such a strong absorber of ultraviolet light that the UV in sunlight...
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June 2014
With the help of an X-ray laser, a team of international researchers – including scientists from European XFEL, a new major science facility in the Hamburg metropolitan area, DESY, and the Max Planck...
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June 2014
A Swedish-German research team has successfully tested a new method for the production of ultra-strong cellulose fibers at DESY's research light source PETRA III. The novel procedure spins extremely...
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June 2014
Work on superconducting accelerator elements in the clean room. (Credit: DESY)
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June 2014
The European XFEL accelerator tunnel on 29 April 2014.
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June 2014
Dr. Markus Ilchen works on an apparatus which will be used for recording a "movie" of chemical processes, revealing symmetry in small building blocks of nature. The setup, together with the...
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June 2014
Photo montage of the European XFEL site Schenefeld The 15-hectare site Schenefeld will house the future European XFEL research centre, where around 350 people will work. The site will accomodate the...
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June 2014
Montage of the headquarters with the underground experiment hall The central building on the European XFEL research site: The tunnels from which the laserlike X-ray flashes are led to the experiment...
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June 2014
Overview of the three European XFEL sites The major part of the European XFEL facility is located in underground tunnels. Three sites above ground provide access to the tunnels. The site DESY-...
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June 2014
The European XFEL facility in Hamburg and Schenefeld (as of January 2014) The European XFEL X-ray laser is a 3.4-km-long facility which runs essentially underground. The three sites (framed in...
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June 2014
Montage of the European XFEL injector complex on the site DESY-Bahrenfeld: The starting point of the European XFEL on the site DESY-Bahrenfeld. Right: the injector which provides the electrons for...
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June 2014
The underground civil engineering work for the X-ray laser European XFEL has been completed, and the underground construction is almost finished.
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June 2014
Tadesse Assefa, PhD student in the FXE group, prepares for a time-resolved X-ray experiment at the beamline P01 of Petra III.
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June 2014
Work in the European XFEL undulator laboratory: Micrometer exact alignment of magnets necessary for the European XFEL to obtain the extremely high precision of the magnetic field in an undulator.
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June 2014
Beamlines of the European XFEL: The European XFEL will provide light sources (beamlines) for X-ray flashes with different properties. (A German version of this graphic is available on the...
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