The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) announced today that the European Spallation Source has the conditional approval to start the building and construction of the research facility.
The European Spallation Source has received approval to start construction. The project will break ground in Lund in the early autumn. Experts all over Europe are prepared to build one of the world's...
The May meeting of the ESS Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) was a critical step for the facility.
"If you want something, you better go for it."
The brightness of ESS neutron beams will be increased by a factor of two or more, due to the development of the novel "Pancake moderator" concept. This break-through will enhance instrument...
The Swedish Environmental Court approved ESS plans to start construction of the next generation neutron source; finalizing commitments still remains.
The European Spallation Source has named Roland Garoby, one of CERN’s long time experts in building accelerators, to lead technical aspects of the machine.
The United Kingdom will participate in and contribute to the construction of the European Spallation Source project with 165 million GBP. The announcement has been made by the UK Minister for...
Spain and Sweden have agreed on the Spanish participation in the construction of ESS. Spain is the first ESS Partner Country to sign a formal Letter of Intent. Spain’s share will be 5 % of the...
ESS has selected Skanska as partner for the future civil works construction of the ESS research facility. The decision to begin work on the actual buildings and earthworks depends on an...
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