Increasing the Storage Ring Current at CHESS
CHESS hits major milestone on its quest towards 200mA.
First publications supported by the NSF-CHEXS at CHESS
The first publications supported by the NSF Center for High Energy X-ray Sciences (CHEXS) at CHESS are starting to circulate.
Spontaneous Gyrotropic Electronic Order in 1𝑇-TiSe₂
"Electronic symmetry breaking in materials underlies many unconventional materials properties which can be useful in future quantum technologies employed in information technology and novel approaches to data processing."
Diffuse X-ray Scattering from Correlated Motions in a Protein Crystal
"This work provides the first convincing demonstration of protein diffuse scattering data collection and analysis, opening the door to future applications in structural biology."
Testing Medical Devices at CHESS
"Industry-standard traditional fatigue testing was combined with state-of-the-art synchrotron measurements to...increase confidence in lifetime predictions for improved patient safety."
Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and CHESS Operations
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact at CHESS
Expanding Teacher Resources Across the US
The Lending Library at CHESS is a staple in the world of outreach. With 40 laboratory investigations and design experiences, the Library provides instructional material as well as equipment for a variety of topics in physics, biology, engineering and chemistry. There are workshops to introduce these kits to educators, who can borrow materials for use in the classroom, free-of-charge!
CHESS Users' Meeting - 2020
The 2020 CHESS Users' Meeting is on June 9 & 10. This year our theme is “Focus on the Future”. We will try an updated format with a shorter plenary session and several 1-2 day workshops exploring future scientific directions at CHESS. More information will be provided soon.