Researchers from HFML-FELIX, KU Leuven (Belgium), and Xi'an Jiaotong University (China) used the FELICE free-electron laser to record the first laboratory infrared (6–25 μm) spectra of gas-phase C60-Metal+ (Metal = Fe, V) complexes.
The Board of the NWO Domain Science has recently awarded funding to the Dutch Astrochemistry Network (DAN) for their research programme ‘Dutch Astrochemistry in the era of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)’.
In a ground-breaking experiment, a collaboration of scientists has discovered the existence of a superconductive state, the so-called FFLO superconducting state, that was first predicted in 2017 but has never been proven since.
Researchers from HFML-FELIX laboratory have discovered that the long-accepted, proclaimed speed limit for magnetization reversal, might not be as set in stone as it was thought to be. About finding order in chaos.
Researchers at HMFL-FELIX have now for the first time measured the vibrational spectral fingerprint of the cyanoacetylene cation making use of the wide tunability of the FELIX free-electron lasers from the mid- to far-infrared.
Researchers at HFML-FELIX have used the FELIX laser to elucidate the structure of the solar-induced degradation products of Sinapoyl Malata, one of the photomolecular heater agrochemicals developed by the BoostCrop consortium.
A team of researchers from HFML-FELIX Nijmegen have collaborated with the Istituto Nanoscienze-CNR Pisa, the University of Salamanca, and RWTH Aachen University to investigate a collection of high-quality graphene samples
Within the Faculty of Science at Radboud University, approximately 60,000 litres of liquid helium are used annually to conduct experiments at very low temperatures. Liquid helium is also used to cool various superconducting magnet systems.
Christmas came early this year for two of our researchers at HFML-FELIX. Prof. dr. Britta Redlich and dr. Viktoria Eless received word just last week that The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has granted a Phase 1 Take-off grant to their PiCard project
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Take-off grants to five Radboud projects. This allows academic and innovative start-ups to investigate whether their science-based innovative ideas are feasible and commercially applicable.
Nijmegen's mayor, Hubert Bruls, visited the HFML-FELIX laboratory last week. After attending a short presentation about the facility and its unique possibilities, he and his colleague took part in a tour of our facilities