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A recent study by Technopolis and Diamond revealed an estimated economic impact of at least £1.8 billion from the UK's national synchrotron. To mark the launch of this study, Diamond hosted a webinar discussing the impacts of the facility, and highlighting some of the key research outputs from Diamond.
In the recording above, hear from event chair Sandra Ribeiro, Chair of lightsources.org and Communications Advisor for the Canadian Light Source. The webinar explores insight into the methodology of the study from the team involved from both Diamond and Technopolis, as well as revealing the perspectives from stakeholders at UKRI and the Wellcome Trust on impact and evaluation.
Additionally, Diamond users discuss how access to Diamond has impacted their scientific research, helping to address 21st century challenges:
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