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August 2013
Dr. Mark Hackett is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Saskatchewan.
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July 2013
(left to right) Kaspar Hollenstein (Heptares), Gwyndaf Evans (Diamond), Andy Dore (Heptares) and Fiona Marshall (Heptares) on life science beamline (I24) at Diamond where the structure of the ‘stress...
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June 2013
Das Forschungszentrum DESY im Westen von Hamburg. Copyright: © DESY 2012
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June 2013
European XFEL construction site DESY-Bahrenfeld on 25 July 2012. Copyright: European XFEL
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June 2013
Ribosomes are large molecular complexes that act as "protein factories" and are found in every cell. The European XFEL X-ray laser opens up completely new opportunities to decipher such biological...
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June 2013
If a powerful X-ray beam is directed onto a ribosome crystal (here the small ribosomal subunit of the ?heat-loving? bacteria Thermus thermophilus, or T30S; see Ribosome (1)), this characteristic...
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June 2013
If a powerful X-ray beam is directed onto a ribosome crystal (here the small ribosomal subunit of the ?heat-loving? bacteria Thermus thermophilus, or T30S), a characteristic diffraction image (see...
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June 2013
A team of researchers from the TU Delft, the University of Antwerp, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY in Hamburg, the Van Gogh Museum and the Kröller-Müller Museum has succeeded in confirming the...
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June 2013
LINAC II, PIA and DESY II are preaccelerators for the operation of the storage ring PETRA III, which serves as the worldwide best light source for the research with photons together with the two free...
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June 2013
The storage ring PETRA III and the two free-electron laser FLASH and from 2016 on the European XFEL are the light sources for research with photons. Buildings in orange are Offices, laboratories and...
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April 2013
The experimental set-up of the experiment at ESRF beamline ID27 where the diffraction maps were recorded. The diamond anvil cell is inside the brass cylinder in the centre. The second image also...
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April 2013
The experimental set-up of the experiment at ESRF beamline ID27 where the diffraction maps were recorded. The diamond anvil cell is inside the brass cylinder in the centre. The second image also...
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April 2013
An opened diamond anvil cell. The conical diamond is visible in the center of the left disk. The metal sheet in the centre of the right disk serves as the joint surrounding the sample. Credit ESRF/...
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April 2013
A very thin beam of synchrotron X-rays is used to detect whether solid iron has started to melt. This will change the crystalline structure, in turn modifying the “diffraction pattern” of deflected X...
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April 2013
Recreating the Earth’s liquid iron core in the laboratory: a tiny pieces of iron, the size of a speck of dust, is thermally isolated and then placed between the tips of two conical diamonds. Pressing...
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April 2013
The layers of the Earth and their temperatures: crust, upper and lower mantle, outer core and solid iron core. Credit ESRF
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