DESY

The Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), is a national research centre in Germany that operates particle accelerators.
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A new way to look for gravitational waves

A duo of researchers from CERN and DESY show how data from radio telescopes can be used to search for high-frequency gravitational waves

News
Physics
14 January, 2021
Physics
News
14 January, 2021

Energy: making research infrastructures part of the solution

The fourth Energy for Sustainable Science Workshop took place in the end of November at the Extreme Light Infrastructure’s Magurele-Bucharest campus

News
At CERN
12 December, 2017

European XFEL: World’s most powerful X-ray source starts up

The European X-ray Free-Electron Laser in Germany, inaugurated today, showcases the impact of particle accelerators outside physics

News
Accelerators
01 September, 2017
Accelerators
News
01 September, 2017

CERN and research institutes discuss energy sustainability

CERN’s energy coordinator showcased the laboratory’s energy efficiency plans as worldwide research institutes met to discuss energy sustainability

News
Engineering
18 November, 2015
Engineering
News
18 November, 2015

The future of energy efficiency at large research centres

Frédérick Bordry discusses the opportunities presented when large research institutes attempt to solve energy problems and share best practice

Opinion
Engineering
18 November, 2015
Engineering
Opinion
18 November, 2015