At the end of each experiment the relevant forms must be completed by the team leader. Regular reminders will also be sent until the forms have been completed.
As above, at the end of your experiment, a feedback form will be accessible through the ARIA portal. It is essential that users complete this short form so that the visit can be closed on the system and the funds reimbursed.
You will acknowledge Diamond’s support in all published material (including conference proceedings) arising from work carried out wholly or partially at Diamond.
The following acknowledgment statement is to be used in all cases:
“We acknowledge Diamond Light Source for time on Beamline/Lab [xxxx] under Proposal [xxxx].”
You will also acknowledge any significant contribution or support provided by individual Diamond personnel for work carried out wholly or partially at Diamond.
Within 30 (thirty) days of publication you will notify Diamond of the title, authors and date of any scientific publications or papers published as a result of your use of Diamond facilities.
The Electron Bio-Imaging Centre
Users of eBIC must acknowledge Diamond and any of its personnel in any published material that results from their use of the Cryo-EM facilities. The following statement should always be included in any publications:
"We acknowledge Diamond Light Source for access and support of the cryo-EM facilities at the UK's national Electron Bio-imaging Centre (eBIC) [under proposal EM xxxx], funded by the Wellcome Trust, MRC and BBRSC."
Please note: in using Diamond Light Source's facilities, you accept that future access may be affected if you do not comply with the publication and feedback guidelines above.
Data resulting from iNEXT access should be published by the users, with the exception of data for SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises). iNEXT funding must be clearly acknowledged:
Applicants agree to acknowledge iNEXT-Discovery in all publications and presentations arising from the research carried out at an iNEXT-Discovery facility as follows: “This work has been supported by iNEXT-Discovery, grant number 871037, funded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Commission”.
Relevant research data must be made available within one year after publication of the research results, or within five years after the visit, whichever comes first, unless otherwise agreed.
Publication and acknowledgement: "This work was supported by Instruct, part of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) and through national member agreements".
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