News and Announcements
Below, you will find a listing of the very latest news and announcements from across all three CARS sectors. This includes scientific achievments, staff announcements, user accomplishments, and much more! Be sure to check back often to see what is new!
You can find full listings of of news and announcements for each individual sector using the links on the right side of this page.
The Center for Advanced Radiation Sources at the University of Chicago, seeks applications for a Beamline Scientist to participate in synchrotron radiation studies on materials under high pressure and high temperature conditions.
December 06 thru December 10, 2022
BioCARS seeks a technical support staff-member to work with mechanical, electronic, and electrical systems associated with the BioCARS beamline.
ANL Guest House Reopens, May 16, 2022. Reservations now being accepted.
GSE beamline scientist Joanne Stubbs met with middle school students from Holy Family Catholic Academy to teach them about synchrotron research at APS and to encourage the students to follow their interests and compete in the National Science Bowl....
Scientists from Carnegie Institution of Science developed a technique that predicts the ordered creation of strong, yet flexible, diamond nanothreads at 13 IDD and 16 IDB. The innovation will make it easier for scientists to synthesize nanothreads—an important step...
Scientists are probing the secrets of the inner core—and learning how it might have saved life on Earth
Armed with complex models and waves from nuclear tests, researchers are revealing the Pluto-size world beneath our feet
Job posting for Beamline Technician will be posted shortly. Please check back soon for more details.
Beamline Technician/Engineer Position at Chemistry and Material Sciences Center for Advanced Radiation Sources (ChemMatCARS), University of Chicago ChemMatCARS is seeking a Beamline Technician or a Beamline Engineer to join the team. ChemMatCARS, affiliated with the...
Is a New Phase of Mineral a Clue to Life on a “Super Earth”?: Many of the planets orbiting other stars are rocky like Earth, but considerably bigger. Scientists wonder if these “Super Earths” could support life. Researchers are using the U.S. Department of Energy's...