Excavators and dump trucks have appeared in the area surrounding the synchrotron. The construction site facilities are slowly being created. The long-planned expansion of the experimental hall has begun. The extension of the facility is necessary to accommodate the new research infrastructure and to introduce the next key measurement techniques for Polish scientists.
This week, a hard X-ray beam was obtained for the first time on the PolyX beamline. This is a milestone in the construction of the beamline, which is scheduled to be operational in 2023.
Last Friday 13.05.2022, the SOLARIS Centre hosted the first of a series of meetings dedicated to users from the world of industry. This time the meeting was dedicated to Cryo-EM technique. Throughout the day, our and invited specialists introduced participants to the basics of this modern research technique.
PhD students can visit the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Center.
On April 24, 2022, we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the first synchrotron light observation. To celebrate the special day, we go back in time to the beginnings of the Solaris Synchrotron to recall those exciting moments and milestones in the development of the Centre. Speaking Dr Adriana Wawrzyniak, deputy accelerator director working at NCPS Solaris from the very beginning, that is, from 2009.