Professor Bill Stirling, Director of the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL), made a two-day visit to ESS. He was briefed on the progress of the project and...
Science and 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 neutron technologies and data management systems.
Brighter neutron flux and experienced French-German collaboration brings long-awaited routine to the study of complex molecular and kinetic systems.
An international collaboration of scientists opens new horizons in powder diffraction and expands the potential for determining the structures of new and more complex materials.
Reflections on previous research focus the future of neutron optics for large-scale facilities in Europe. The second article in our series on instruments designed for ESS.
The little building with the forgettable name has the attention of neutron science facilities across Europe.
Today, several hundred members of the European scientific community are gathering at the European Spallation Source (ESS) construction site in Lund, Sweden, for the ESS Foundation Stone Ceremony. The...
An innovative combination of research teams and research techniques leads the way to better materials.
More than 140 scientists, engineers, and guests convened for IKON7 at ESS to plan and discuss next steps for the community-driven selection process of the ESS instrument suite.
For the third year in a row, ESS is inviting partner labs to propose instrument concepts for inclusion in the ESS instrument suite.
ESS’s first In-Kind Contribution contract has been recommended to the Steering Committee for approval. The Estonian agreement is a significant first in a long line of agreements to come.
The European Spallation Source has received approval to start construction. The project will break ground in Lund in the early autumn. Experts all over Europe are prepared to build one of the world's...