Environmental protection, nanotechnology, diagnosis of diseases, and even samples of cosmic dust – these are only some of directions in research that will be performed soon thanks to the decision of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education to finance the construction of two new beamlines and an end station at the SOLARIS synchrotron in Kraków.
The representatives of the CERIC consortium debated for two days at the SOLARIS Centre. The consortium integrates multidisciplinary research infrastructure from Central and South-Eastern Europe.
Today we have hosted the Sejm Committee on Digitalisation, Innovation and New Technologies.
In May 2019, the first devices (the so-called front end) of the beamline with the working name XMCD were installed in the SOLARIS synchrotron tunnel.