In another strong indication of the emerging bioscience industry throughout the state, Gov. Rod R.
Press Release Number: PR-AS-05-7
Source: Australian Synchrotron
Date issued: August 1, 2005
Three APS employees have won an R&D Magazine award for developing new multi-layer lens wafers for x-ray lenses that will help focus x-ray beams to the nanometer scale.
Proteins are the molecular machines that make growth possible, and understanding their structure is key to developing pharmaceuticals.
Structural GenomiX, Inc., which operares SGX-CAT on sector 31 of the Advanced Photon Source, announced receipt of a $48.5 million National Institutes of Health Cooperative Agreement Award from the
Government officials dedicated three new beamlines at the Advanced Photon Source this past June.
Facilities offer brilliant X-ray source, latest technology to structural biologists
Wah-Keat Lee and Jin Wang (both ANL-XFD) are among five scientists from the U.S.
Some of the world’s top physicists, chemists, engineers and an assortment of politicians and civic leaders gathered Friday, May 6, at Argonne National Laboratory for a cornerstone-laying ceremony a
Federal and state officials will visit Argonne National Laboratory May 6 to participate in a cornerstone-laying ceremony for the Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM).
The Advanced Photon Source (APS) and APS Users Organization (APSUO) are very pleased to announce that the 2005 Arthur H.
University of Chicago physicists have created a novel state of matter using nothing more than a container of loosely packed sand and a falling marble.