The unique properties of the European Spallation Source machine design and instrumentation will give a major boost to research in condensed matter...
Science & Instruments
You can read about the different neutron-scattering techniques and instruments that are being developed at ESS, and follow the progress being made in instrument technologies and data management systems.
The November SAC meeting gave definition to the scope, cost and schedule for instruments in development at ESS, establishing the path to commissioning.
A collaboration between ESS and the Spallation Neutron Source in the US has resulted in a new piece of sample environment equipment that will benefit the users of both facilities.
European initiative to train 12 young structural biology researchers receives €3.2 million in funding through Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. Instrument Scientist Esko Oksanen will supervise one...
Looking ahead to a time when the ESS facility is fully operational, 17 external experts provided essential input for baselining cost projections.
John Womersley begins work as Director General of the European Spallation Source ERIC today. On Friday, outgoing DG Jim Yeck delivered a message of heartfelt gratitude to ESS staff, management team,...
This month’s In-Kind Review Committee meeting has resulted in the endorsement of 39 agreements capturing an additional 25 percent of ESS In-Kind potential.
The European Spallation Source celebrates the opening of the ESS Data Management and Software Centre (DMSC) offices in Copenhagen with more than 90 representatives of ESS, Danish partners and...
A first test of the ESS ion source in Italy delivers promising results to advance the ESS project.
The European Spallation Source (ESS) recently joined the ScienceLink Network, a spearhead industrial research initiative of the Baltic Sea Region.
The United Kingdom has joined the project as a full member following a unanimous decision by the ESS Council.