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Extreme Lab at European X-Ray Laser XFEL is a Go

The Helmholtz Senate has given the green light for the Association's involvement in the Helmholtz International Beamlines (HIB), a new set of experimentation stations at the X-ray laser European XFEL in Hamburg, Germany. As the leading institutes of the international HIB user consortium, the HZDR and DESY were able to secure funding in the amount of 30 million Euros for this project. The majority of the funding will go to HIBEF – “Helmholtz International Beamline for Extreme Fields”, which will be a key addition to the High-Energy Density Science Instrument (HED) at European XFEL. More


Eine HZDR-Mitarbeiterin an der Handschuhbox; die Boxen sind ein typisches Instrument für Arbeiten in der Radiochemie. Sie schützen die Mitarbeiter und schirmen die Proben gleichzeitig vor Einflüssen aus der Umgebung ab. (HZDR/Oliver Killig)

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