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Developments Towards Imaging Nanoscale Biology with XFELs: Some Recent Examples and a Glance to the Future

  • Adrian P. Mancuso (a1), Andrew Aquila (a2), Richard Bean (a1), Johan Bielecki (a1), Carsten Fortmann-Grote (a1), Klaus Giewekemeyer (a1), Yoonhee Kim (a1), Ruslan Kurta (a1), Romain Letrun (a1), Masoud Mehrjoo (a1), Marc Messerschmidt (a1) (a3), Grant Mills (a1) (a4), Adam Round (a1) (a5), Tokushi Sato (a1) (a6), Joachim Schulz (a1), Marcin Sikorski (a1), Stephan Stern (a1) (a6), Patrik Vagovic (a1) (a6) and Thomas Tschentscher (a1)...
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[20] The authors acknowledge the engineering and technical contributions of the SPB/SFX engineers and technicians, namely Thomas Dietze, Alexis Legrand, Felix Lemcke, Luis Lopez, Bradley Manning, Nadja Reimers, Philipp Schutt, Cedric Signe Takem, Andrew Stawniczy and Prasad Thute. The SFX User Consortium is thanked for providing valuable input as well as part of the funding for the SPB/SFX instrument. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654220. Funding has also been provided by the NSF STC Award 'BioXFEL' (1231306)..
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