Users from European organisations continue to be welcome to submit proposals to Diamond. The same funding policy and procedure for expenses remains in place for any visit to Diamond as was in place before Brexit.
ISPyB - Used on the MX (Macromolecular Crystallography) beamlines to manage your experiment progress before, during and after your visit.
SynchLink - Smartphone/tablet app to view and manage data within ISPyB.
Generic Data Acquisition (GDA) - Used to collect the data during experiments.
Data Analysis WorkbeNch (DAWN) - Use DAWN to analyse the data produced on the beamline.
NoMachine - Used for connecting remotely to beamline desktops.
TopCAT - Used to browse and download archived data from beamline experiments.
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