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Diamond Light Source is the UKs national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire,...
Calculate and apply absorption corrections to X-ray intensity data.
It is an application to perform the calculations associated with the light.Calculate the time from the distance traveled by the lightCalculate the...
The X-rayUtils app is a reference utility application for the iPhone, iTouch, and iPad. Perfect for synchrotron scientists and other x-ray users!...
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator. It is expected to address some of the most...
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ANSTO 60 Years is a free app that celebrates 60 years of research and discovery at the Australian Nuclear Science and Research Organisation...
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Scientists have used X-ray to peer into the sweet brown heart of chocolate to discover what causes it to turn white.
Newly measured distance to stellar debris in the northern sky links it more firmly to an explosion observers saw in 1181.
Laser beams and an aerodynamic levitator help scientists melt cement into a metallic-glass material that can act as a semiconductor.
Scientists have taken new measurements that suggest that the core of the Earth burns at 6000 degrees Celsius — as hot as the surface of the sun.
NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array has captured two black holes in a neighbouring spiral galaxy 7 million light years away.
Large Hadron Collider engineers are ironing out wrinkles in a tremendously complicated machine that consumes about the same power as all Geneva.
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Technology being developed at Lawrence Livermore lab could soon make more precise radiation therapy widely available to cancer patients by making the specialized machines more compact.
Large Hadron Collider, which sits in a nearly 17-mile-long circular tunnel that lies beneath the French-Swiss border, is set to start circulating particles next month.