CHESS is a high-intensity X-ray source supported by the National Science Foundation which provides our users state-of-the-art synchrotron radiation facilities for research in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Environmental and Materials Sciences. A special NIH Research Resource, called MacCHESS, supports special facilities for macromolecular crystallography and BioSAXS.
2016 CHESS X-ray Runs:
May 11 - July 1
CHESS Webinar on XRF Mapping Methods and Analysis: May 6
CHESS UEC Nominations Due: May 9
BioSAXS Essentials 6 Workshop: May 13 - 15
Graduate Student Symposium: May 16
2016 CHESS Users' Meeting: June 7 - 8: REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
New Industrial and Scientific Opportunities for Structural Materials: Data, Modeling, Manufacturing: June 8 - 9
Biomolecules in Motion: June 8
Synchrotron Resources for the Future of thin-film Growth, Processing, and Characterization: June 8
Materials Design and Processing from Nano to Mesoscale: June 13 - 14
Hard X-ray Spectroscopies and Imaging: June 20 - 21
D3: Defects, Distortions, and Dynamics in complex materials: June 27 - 28
Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source
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