Chris Pollock is the Staff Scientist at the PIPOXS beamline at the Center for High-Energy X-ray Sciences at CHESS (CHEXS), an NSF-funded f
FMB (the Functional Materials Beamline) is a part of the Materials Solutions Network at CHESS (MSN-C).
Kate Shanks started working with CHESS in 2009 as a user; today she runs the FAST (Forming and Shaping Technology,) beamline as a Sta
The Poster Session at the 2020 CHESS Users' Meeting took place on June 9. Visit this page for information on the poster slam and the virtual poster session.
As CHESS staff work from home during the coronavirus shutdown, we're catching up with how that's going for them. Louise Debefve is a Postdoctoral Associate at CHESS.
As CHESS staff work from home during the coronavirus shutdown, we're catching up with how that's going for them.
Cornell structural biologists took a new approach to using a classic method of X-ray analysis to capture something the conventional method had never accounted for: the collective motion of proteins. And they did so by creating software to painstakingly stitch together the scraps of data that are usually disregarded in the process.
Bill Miller says that it took him two years before he was able to overcome the hardest part about working at CHESS; knowing where everything is.
Elisabeth says she feels like she belongs at CHESS, doing whatever it takes to make things work - from building experimental hutches to working with sensitive vacuum equipment.
This month marks the official start of user operation at CHESS and all three partner programs: