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Jim Kerby, APS Upgrade Chief Project Officer, will deliver an Argonne Out Loud talk on October 24, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM, in the APS Conference Center.
"For tireless efforts to increase the participation of women and minorities in physics, especially through one-on-one mentoring and educating minorities in elementary school through college about opportunities in the field."
"In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the development of synchrotron radiation techniques and their scientific applications based on the Mössbauer effect."
"For his seminal, time-resolved measurements of dynamics in FEL oscillators and the elucidation of microbunching in relativistic electron beams and SASE FELs."
The Advanced Photon Source community is mourning the loss of Mark Beno, who passed away suddenly at the age of 68 on August 24, 2019.
The Charles Hatchett Award is concerned with technical excellence and originality, and the social, economic and environmental advantages of any proposed application of niobium.
The report on the “Workshop to Identify Opportunities in Biological and Environmental Research Uniquely Enabled by the APS Upgrade”
The workshop explored how imaging and microscopy experiments at the APS Upgrade will impact biological and environmental research, and opportunities for biological and environmental research.
The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science has given DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory approval in the next phase of the $815M upgrade of the Advanced Photon Source, a premier national research facility that equips scientists for discoveries that impact our technologies, economy, and national security.
It is with heavy heart we note the passing of Dr. Robert Kustom, founding member and past Acting Director of the Accelerator Systems Division and an integral part of accelerator achievements at Argonne.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Photon Source was used to study shark vertebrae in an experiment that one Northwestern University researcher hopes will shed light on the functionality of human bone and cartilage.
Nearly 50 years after the last lunar mission, some of the original materials brought back to Earth will soon land at the GSECARS x-ray beamlines at the U.S. Department of Energy’s APS, allowing an unprecedented look at samples unsullied by Earth’s atmosphere.
The 2019 APS/IIT XAFS Summer School was successfully held July 7-12, 2019. The school takes place annually at the Illinois Institute of Technology’s main campus in Chicago, Illinois, and the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory.
With the right tools, scientists can have Superman-like X-ray vision that reveals hidden features buried within objects — but it’s highly complicated. The Advanced Photon Source gives scientists access to highly penetrating X-rays that can illuminate — at the atomic level — materials contained deep within other structures.