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New action plan for ESS venture ready – what lies ahead by 2025?
Date of publication: Aug 17, 2017 Danish preparatory work is proceeding well for the European research facility European Spallation Source (ESS), which is jointly hosted by Denmark and Sweden. This is according to an advisory group in a new action plan that lays out the status of the ongoing ESS venture towards 2025.
Denmark to host first ever Big Science Business Forum
Date of publication: May 19, 2017 Representatives from the world's largest technology research facilities will gather for the first time ever at a joint conference. The Ministry of Higher Education and Science hosts the conference where the research facilities provide information about how companies can obtain orders worth billions
Pivotal data centre opens in Copenhagen
Date of publication: Aug 29, 2016 The world's most advanced neutron spreading facility, European Spallation Source (ESS) is being built in Sweden. Meanwhile in Denmark, the data centre that will handle all the research data stemming from the ESS officially opened on August 26.
The European Spallation Source Appoints John Womersley Director General
Date of publication: May 13, 2016 The joint European research facility European Spallation Source (ESS), which Denmark is co-host for, has appointed John Womersley Director General for ESS.
Giant microscope will create unique opportunities for Danish research and business
Date of publication: Nov 10, 2015 One of the world's largest and most advanced research facilities, the ESS will be established in Lund, Sweden in the coming years. Today, the Minister for Higher Education and Science was presented with a strategic plan for how Denmark can make the most of the ESS.
Danish-Swedish giant microscope changes status to a true European research facility
Date of publication: Sep 09, 2015 The Danish-Swedish research microscope, the European Spallation Source (ESS), has changed its legal status to a true European research facility. The Danish Minister for Higher Education and Science has participated in a ceremony in Lund to mark the transition to a common European research infrastruc
The building of the world’s largest research microscope begins
Date of publication: Sep 04, 2014 Together with the Swedish Minister for Education, the Minister for Higher Education and Science cut the first sod for the microscope European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund.
Green light for world’s largest research microscope
Date of publication: Jul 07, 2014 The final financing of one of the world’s largest research facilities, the European Spallation Source in Lund is now in place. Germany has confirmed support for the ESS project and building work is expected to begin in the autumn.