A cyclotron in which the electric field is maintained at a constant frequency .
Includes information about the organization, related news, a newsletter, user guide and current operational status information.
A 3rd generation synchrotron in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
operated by The University of Chicago under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
An abstract containing information on the technical specifications of these facilities.
Includes an introduction to the facility and basic experimental design information, information for users and research activity reports, and system operational status.
DELTA 1.5 GeV electron accelerator facility at the University of Dortmund, Germany.
The Diamond synchrotron is a new scientific facility on the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Oxfordshire, UK. Provides information on the beamlines and the technology involved.
Includes an introduction of this facility and the scientific applications thereof, publications, and a user guide.
Describes the accelerator, experiments, news, and researchers and administrators.
At Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY. Includes research summaries, news, publications and list of facilities.
ISA is a Danish National Laboratory where research is carried out in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and Biology using accelerators and storage rings.
Includes technical information on the beamlines, beam schedules, events, downloadable forms, a user guide to the microfabrication facility, and newsletters.
Lyncean Technologies, Inc. is developing a compact light source for high resolution synchrotron imaging.
MAX-lab National Research Laboratory for Nuclear Physics and Synchrotron Radiation Research.
An interactive educational tour of current research at Berkeley Lab's Advanced Light Source.
The NSRRC Taiwan, is the first third-generation synchrotron facility built in Asia with world-class facility and state-of-the-art research capabilities in the vacuum-ultraviolet and both hard and soft X-ray energy regions.
Japane Synchrotron research centre.
Saxier is an initiative of European groups involved in exploring novel scientific applications for the new generation of SAXS beamlines at high brilliance synchrotron facilities.
The world's largest third-generation synchrotron radiation facility.
Includes descriptions of research being undertaken, technical parameters and a user guide, and administrative information.
Part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Includes information on its background, related news, a user guide, operational parameters and a list of related publications.
Facility information. Includes virtual tour, guides, events and scientific highlights.
at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
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