Hussey has received a prestigious € 2.5 million grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to study the flow of charge in exotic metals and superconductors under extreme conditions. Ultimate goal: to understand superconductivity and create a pathway towards room temperature.
27 March 2019
Last year, HFML-FELIX was one of the ten research infrastructures that was awarded with a grant in the NWO “National Roadmap for Large-Scale Research Facilities “ scheme. NWO now gave official approval to start the project.
15 March 2019
The construction of new offices and meeting rooms between HFML and FELIX is almost ready. Around April you can probably use the new joint entrance and our staff will be closer together to enhance interaction.
4 March 2019
The international conference “Flatlands beyond Graphene” has successfullyestablished a platform for scientists to engage into fruitful discussions andexchange the latest discoveries in two‐dimensional materials beyondgraphene. ).
15 February 2019
Thursday November 29, prof. Jos Oomens held his inaugural speech, entitled: ‘Spectroscopy in action: from astrochemistry to biomarker discovery’. He convinced the audience that spectroscopy - especially integrated with mass spectrometry - is an exciting, useful and certainly not boring research area with a lot of applications.
3 December 2018
The Translational Metabolic Laboratory (TML) at the Radboudumc and the FELIX Laboratory have recently developed an internationally unique, advanced technology centre for metabolic biomarker identification. The researchers will now establish a metabolite identification service that will be open to interested parties worldwide. In addition to the field of inborn errors of metabolism, molecular structure identification is critical in many other medical fields.
2 November 2018