September 9th, 2021
LNLS is developing courses with a focus on fundamental aspects for the use of the new beamlines
LNLS is developing courses with a focus on fundamental aspects for the use of the new beamlines. Topics cover several areas: physical concepts, sample preparation, and especially processing and analysis of acquired data.
The classes were planned in order to help the user to solve their questions, making their experience on the beamline more effective. Classes are in video format, in Portuguese with English subtitles, and include assimilation exercises. Questions about the classes can be sent by email and will be answered by the beamline team.
August 26th, 2021
Applications with abstract submissions are until September 20, 2021.
Registrations with abstract submissions are open for the 31st edition of LNLS Annual Users Meeting (RAU)! Promoted fully online by the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS), located at the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), the 31st RAU will be held from November 8 to 11, 2021.
Participants interested to submit an abstract must register by September 20, 2021.
The online meeting aims to gather around 500 researchers who use LNLS scientific instrumentation to perform cutting edge experiments in areas such as Materials Science, Health and Pharmacology, Environmental Science Energy, Biotechnology, X-ray Imaging, Oil and Gas, Chemistry, and others.
RAU is an important forum for discussion, evaluation, and presentation of proposals for the improvement of the research projects to be performed at the new Brazilian synchrotron light source, Sirius, one of the most advanced synchrotron machines in the world.
August 9th, 2021
In 2021, the LNLS Users Group (LNLSUG) will organize for the first time the LNLSUG PhD Thesis Award, to recognize outstanding research work using LNLS facilities.
July 22nd, 2021
Paper, which is part of the special issue of the Journal of Molecular Biology, reveals unprecedented details of the maturation process of the main protease of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
The first study with data collected by researchers using Sirius has just been published. Sirius is the state-of-the-art synchrotron light source of the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), a private non-profit organization under the supervision of the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovations (MCTI). The work, published in a special issue of the Journal of Molecular Biology, reveals details of the maturation process of the main protease of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
July 20th, 2021
Abstract submissions are until August 20.
Registrations are now open for XAYNAN Workshop - International Sirius Workshop on X-ray Nanospectroscopy, Nanodiffraction and Nanoimaging. The second edition of the event will be held online and free of charge from October 4-5, 2021 via the Zoom app.
April 19th, 2021
Registrations with abstract submissions are from 19 April to 23 May, 2021.
March 1st, 2021
These rules reinforce CNPEM’s commitment to serving the scientific community, always seeking to ensure the health of users and employees.
During the pandemic period of COVID-19, CNPEM has adopted exceptional policies for its users, seeking to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. These rules reinforce CNPEM's commitment to serving the scientific community, always seeking to ensure the health of users and employees.
March 1st, 2021
Registrations with abstracts submission are from March 1 to 31, 2021.
February 9th, 2021
Deadline for registrations and submission of abstracts is March 1st, 2021.
Registrations are now open for the online edition of the international PALSA 2021 and its satellite event, the 2nd AgroEnviro Workshop, to be held from April 12 to 16, 2021 via the Whova platform. Deadline for registrations and abstract submissions is March 1st, 2021.
December 4th, 2020
New understanding establishes parameters for a broad partnership in research of mutual interest, such as superconducting materials.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), one of the world’s leading laboratories in particle physics and the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), an organization supervised by the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology for Innovations (MCTI), have signed today, December 4th, a wide scientific and technological collaboration agreement.
The agreement establishes legal conditions for collaboration in research and resource sharing in any area of mutual interest, especially in technologies applied to the physics of particle accelerators, magnets, and superconducting materials. Such knowledge is of enormous value for the development of new technologies, both in science and in the industry.