European Spallation Source – a world-leading tool for research, education and innovation

The Swedish Research Council’s proposal for a strategy for Swedish participation in and hosting of ESS

ESS (European Spallation Source) is a multi-disciplinary research facility built outside Lund. At ESS it will be possible to study all types of materials, including cells and molecules, using neutron beams.

This proposal for a strategy to stimulate Swedish participation, use and skills supply for the construction and operation of the ESS extends until 2030.

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