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01/31/2023
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  • Racing against one of the fastest atomic processes
    When an atom or molecule absorbs a high energy X-ray it may emit one of its core electrons. This excited state is unstable and can quickly relax by filling the core hole with an outer-lying electro...
  • Molecule snapshot by explosion
    Exploding a photo subject in order to take its picture? An international research team at the European XFEL used this "extreme" method to take pictures of complex molecules. The scientists used...
  • New method to unveil biological processes
    Developing our understanding of biological processes can lead to better treatments for disease. Now, an international team involving the European X-ray Free Electron Laser (European XFEL) has devel...


  • A clear path to better insights into biomolecules
    An international team of scientists, led by Kartik Ayyer from the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Germany, has obtained some of the sharpest possible 3D images of gol...
  • Beaming in on Coronavirus details
    User operation resumed at European XFEL end of March, and the first experiments to receive beamtime are those being carried out at the Single Particles, Clusters, and Biomolecules & Serial Femtosec...
  • Exploring Chirality with an X-ray Laser
    An international team of scientists led by SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, European XFEL, and the University of Kassel performed a pioneering study on exploring chirality using ultrashort and...
  • Filming antibiotic resistance in slow-motion
    Using the X-ray laser European XFEL an international team of researchers has successfully filmed a reaction step that is important for the development of antibiotic resistance. The molecular film c...


  • Snapshots of exploding oxygen
    In a paper published in the journal Physical Review X, an international collaboration of scientists led by Till Jahnke from Goethe University Frankfurt succeeded in observing the ultrafast breakup ...
  • Open Science COVID19 analysis platform online
    As part of the EU funded project PaNOSC, an international network of data scientists have developed the Open Science COVID Analysis (OSCOVIDA) platform to analyse the spread and development of COVI...












  • New X-ray method for measuring the chirality of biomolecules
    An international team of researchers-led by scientists at European XFEL, a new major research facility under construction in Hamburg, Germany-have implemented a method of identifying and measuring ...
  • Major investment in European XFEL user consortium
    The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), the Medical Research Council (MRC), and the Wellcome Trust, all based in the United Kingdom, will contribute 5.64 M£ (about 7 M€)...
  • Watching the interplay of molecules
    Imagine a soccer season when no one watches the matches - f ans only see results and league tables. It doesn't sound like much fun, right? It wouldn't give much insight into how the players perform...
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