The SOLARIS Centre for two years carried out the international Baltic TRAM project (Transnational Research Access in the Macroregion). The aim of the project was to enhance bonds and cooperation between research institutions and the world of business. The project was implemented in the countries of the Baltic Sea region, including Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
The SOLARIS synchrotron call for proposals was opened on March 1.
The first scientific article with the results of measurements carried out in SOLARIS was published in a prestigious Nature Research journal "Scientific Reports".
On 1st January 2019, the European Horizon 2020 project BEAmline for Tomography at SESAME (BEATS) was launched with the objective to design, procure, construct and commission a beamline for hard X-ray full-field tomography at the SESAME synchrotron in Jordan.
The innovative technique of cryo-electron microscopy has just come to the Solaris Center. The parts for the construction of a highest-class electron microscope have been delivered just before Christmas.