23-06-2022

It sucked to be the prey of ancient cephalopods

The Jurassic cephalopod Vampyronassa rhodanica, thought to be the oldest known ancestor of the modern-day vampire squid (Vampyroteuthis infernalis), was likely an active hunter - a...

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21-06-2022

ESRF user wins prestigious Rudolf Virchow Prize

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14-06-2022

Tribute to Jacques Villain

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10-06-2022

The new Scientific Advisory Committee inaugurates two new beamlines

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04-07-2022

Identifying fractional spin excitations in a 2D cuprate

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27-06-2022

Revealing the dynamics of active species in electrocatalysts under operando conditions

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02-06-2022

A deeper look into recrystallisation in heavily deformed metal alloys

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