News and Updates

  • News

  • : Call for Papers: Colin M. Western Memorial Issue of Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy

    Posted on January 13, 2022
    A Memorial issue of the Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy in recognition of User and friend of the Far-Infrared Beamline Colin Western, opeing on Jaunuary 20th, 2022 and closing September 30th 2022. Please consider submitting your upcoming work to this publication in honor of a great scientist and good friend.

  • : Research Video: Clues to Life on Mars with Dr. Godin

    Posted on March 18, 2021
    A new video on research done on the Far-Infrared beamline is now being featured on the CLS home page. This work was done by Dr. P. Godin. So please watch "Clues to Life on Mars".

  • : Video of Webinar: Making Sense Out Of Gibberish or How To Assign A Complex Spectrum With PGOPHER By: Dr. C.M. Western

    Posted on February 08, 2021
    The Video of the February 4th Far-Infrared Beamline Webinar: "Making-sense-out-gibberish: By: Dr. Colin Western Is now available to view. Note: the video will only be available for a limted time.

  • New Cryogen Free Detector Image

    : New Cryogen Free Detector

    Posted on April 05, 2018
    We are excited to introduce a new Cryogen Free Detector System to the Far-Infrared Beamline.

  • : First Paper Published using the Horizontal Microscope

    Posted on April 06, 2016
    We would like to congratulate Dr. Michael Pravica and his team for being the first users to publish using the Horizontal Microscope that was recently added to the beamline. Check out thier paper "A novel synthesis of polymeric CO via useful hard x-ray photochemistry" in Cogent physics.

  • Welcome to the New Far-Infrared beamline Website Image

    News: Welcome to the New Far-Infrared beamline Website

    Posted on March 31, 2015
    I am happy to unveil the brand new website for the Far-Infrared Beamline. Over the coming months the content of this site will be updated to provide coplete information about the Beamline and after that will be updated regularly. I would like thank Michel Fodje and Kathryn Janzen who made this site possible.