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We have signed a contract with the Labsoft company for the delivery of a cryo-electron microscope for industrial research.
In the sixth call of proposals scientists from Poland and abroad could apply for beamtime at three synchrotron beamlines, as well as for research time at the cryo-electron microscope. In total, the SOLARIS Centre received 63 applications including 34 for beamlines and 29 for Cryo-EM.
Synchrotron light has finally been observed for the first time on a sample at the end station of the experimental beamline PHELIX. This success is the crowning achievement of three years of hard work designing, constructing, fitting, and tuning its components to the synchrotron beam.
On August 21, 2020, the SOLARIS Centre signed the contract for the supply of a superconducting wiggler, which will be the source of synchrotron radiation for the SOLCRYS beamline. The supplier of the device will be the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Russia).