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Diamond Light Source

Diamond House
Harwell Science and Innovation Campus
Didcot
Oxfordshire
OX11 0DE
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01235 778000
Fax : 01235 778499
Email : dlsenquiries@diamond.ac.uk
Web : www.diamond.ac.uk


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    X-rays pave way for low cost, large scale carbon capture(09/08/2012)

    Scientists from the University of Leeds are using the UK’s Diamond Light Source to investigate the efficiency of calcium oxide based materials as carbon dioxide sorbents.

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    Diamond and UoM agree advanced imaging collaboration(10/12/2010)

    The University of Manchester has joined forces with Diamond Light Source to enable researchers in a wide range of fields to create high-quality 3D images of samples, including engineering components, biomaterials and organic materials. Due for completion in 2012, the X-ray Imaging and Coherence beamline at Diamond, I13 will offer two lines – the ‘imaging’ and ‘coherence’ branches – which will provide tools for non-destructive examination of internal features at both micro and nano scales.

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    Diamond’s new high-energy beamline explores structure of Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 fan blade(02/12/2010)

    Leading scientists and policy makers gathered today (thursday December 2) at Diamond Light Source, the UK’s national synchrotron science facility, for the official opening of new research station that can create molecular-scale 3D images of large objects such as aerospace and engineering components, and explore their structure in atomic-scale detail.