On Thursday November 14, the team at the CoSAXS beamline detected the first monochromatic light, a crucial step in the beamline commissioning activities. The CoSAXS beamline, set to become an advanced multipurpose Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) instrument, reached an critical landmark last week when the team detected the first monochromatic light. This detection
The experimental techniques used at the CoSAXS beamline will use a huge vacuum vessel with possibilities to accommodate two in-vacuum detectors in the SAXS/WAXS geometry. A major milestone was reached for the CoSAXS project when this vessel was recently delivered, installed and tested. Ann Terry, researcher at CoSAXS, about the new vacuum vessel and the
The Foundation for Strategic Research, SSF, awarded over SEK 236 million to 33 different projects to promote the development of instruments, methods and technologies that provide the prerequisites for future, advanced research and innovation. One of the researchers who was granted funding is Kajsa Sigfridsson Clauss who is a scientist at the Balder beamline at
Fats being released from cookers such as deep fat fryers form into surprisingly complex droplets that may affect the formation of clouds and how the planet regulates heat. Do #cooking fats affect cloud formation? New research from @UniofReading and @UniofBath in @NatureComms. An international team using 2 #Synchrotrons @MAXIVLaboratory and @DiamondLightSou shows importance
We welcome Alfred Larsson as summer worker at CoSAXS. Alfred is studying civil engineering towards material science and will spend one month at CoSAXS developing an app for sample-detector distance optimization.
Procurement call open until 19/6: Design, delivery, installation and alignment of the vacuum vessel for the in vacuo compatible SAXS and WAXS detectors of the CoSAXS beamline at the Max IV Laboratory.
Roberto Appio added to the CoSAXS team. New research engineer, former BioMAX research engineer
Ann Terry has joined the team of researchers at CoSAXS. Previously Ann was an instrument scientist for small angle neutron scattering at ISIS, Rutherford Appleton Lab., UK where she led the project to build the latest SANS instrument, Zoom. For the past 18 months she has also been on secondment to the ESS Neutron Optics and
“Protein-protein interactions at high protein concentration studied using a levitated drop” Pernille Sønderby and Pernille Harris
Experienced beamline scientist for the CoSAXS beamline, Deadline: March 14th, 2016