|Our magazine for synchrotron users | Spring 2015|
It has been a busy start to the year and an exciting one as the light sources community is celebrating 2015 UNESCO’s International Year of Light. In this issue of Diamond News, you will get an update on the vision and strategy work led by CEO Andrew Harrison to keep Diamond competitive on the world synchrotron stage. You will also be able to read about the developments in the Phase III construction with a particular focus on the two new beamlines for protein crystallography, VMXm and VMXi as well as the multipurpose XPDF beamline I15-1.
Our focus on science feeds from the growing number of science highlights where we draw on the exciting range of applications synchrotrons enable. A new capability has been added to the Powder Diffraction beamline, I11, where it is now possible to do long duration experiments. On the industry front, we are delighted to announce... Read more
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We would like to thank the authors and all colleagues who contributed to this publication.
Editor: David Johns.
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