Uwe Müller and Gustavo Lima were recently awarded funding from Vetenskapsrådet for their project FragMAX. This project runs in collaboration with two Swedish companies, Astra Zeneca and SAROMICS BioStructures and the Lund University Protein Production Platform LP3. FragMAX aims to establish a fragment screening facility at MAX IV, which is an important tool for industrial
On the surface of copper, carbon dioxide molecules can stick and break up into carbon monoxide and oxygen. This is the first step in converting this greenhouse gas into other useful chemicals. Researchers have used the HIPPIE experiment station of MAX IV to study which properties of the copper surface makes the reaction most efficient.
Image: The SESAME Synchrotron in Jordan The Swedish Institute is funding scholarships for training for researchers related to the SESAME synchrotron in Jordan to come to MAX IV for 3 – 6 months. The first researcher to be awarded a grant is now in Lund and well underway with her training. Saima Rasheed is an
A new EU project in the program area Öresund-Kattegatt-Skagerak (ÖKS) has been approved. The Hanseatic League of Science (HALOS) will build a unique collaboration between Hamburg and South-West Scandinavia, bring together the four unique research facilities MAX IV, ESS, DESY and European XFEL, and create a centre for integrated, world-leading Life Science innovation and research.
MAX IV’s Anders Engdahl was part of a team that published a landmark study about biological tissue found in a Jurassic fossil. The work published this week in Nature is one of the most comprehensive studies of its kind and sheds new light on the life of a prehistoric sea creature. Ichthyosaurs were reptiles