Two high impact articles on the first nitrido phosphate GeP2N4 appeared from the work of summer student Cody Somers.
Hear about the Resonant Elastic and Inelastic X-ray Scattering (REIXS) beamline from Teak Boyko, Scientist and Beamline Responsible.
Mehrnaz Zargham places third in the poster competition of the 1st Annual INSPIRing Science Communication Workshop
Beamteam alumni Mark Boots is featured again on the University Alumni website.
Prof. Moewes receives the 2020 Allen Pratt Memorial Award for Community Service by CLS.
Prof. Moewes gave an interview on the occasion of the 50 year anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Dr. Gerhard Herzberg. Dr. Herzberg was a faculty member in the U of S ...
Bright light and powerful math leading the way to better LED lighting. The Beamteam research group is featured in the CLS news.
Beamteam graduate Brett Leedahl wins the (joint) G. Michael Bancroft award for the best thesis with CLS data. Well done, Brett!
The position comes with $1.4 million in funding over seven years.
Tristan de Boer was the 1st place winner of the Student Poster Competition at the 19th Canadian Semiconductor Science and Technology Conference.
PhD student Tristan de Boer is featured in the CLS "On the Beamlines" highlight.
Congratulations to the winner of this year’s G. Michael Bancroft PhD Thesis Award. Dr. Neil Johnson completed his PhD with the Beamteam
Neil’s work on silicene is featured in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix newspaper as part of the Young Innovators series.
With the ability to probe a wide range of materials, researchers, from paleontologists to catalyst chemists, flock to these powerful light sources
"the substitution of Fe atoms into In2O3 (In2O3:Fe) has recently yielded a very consistent and promising material."
A portrait of the beam team was published in the Westgrid/Compute Canada Newsletter in March 2016.
The awards recognize outstanding contributions made by faculty to their specific area of expertise.
Neil Johnson's second publication investigates the electronic properties and stability of single layers of silicon atoms, known as silicone.
The Alumni Achievement Awards recognize graduates of the University of Saskatchewan for excellence, leadership, and innovation in their achievements and in their contributions to t...
3 beamteam members have been awarded Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity scholarships.
APS TV features the University of Saskatchewan.
Prof. Alex Moewes awarded the 2015 Advising Excellence Award.
“Origin has a large amount of features which allow you to display data in a very professional way. I have used Origin to create graphs and other figures for every one of my scienti...
A new feature by the University of Saskatchewan on our recent graduates.
Neil Johnson takes home second place at the ALS Users' Meeting.
Our CLS Feature on Silicene has been featured on numerous news blogs.
Adrian Hunt's PhD research on graphene oxide is featured by the CLS, Phys.org, and other news outlets.
John McLeod is Awarded the Governor General's Gold Medal
Amy Pitman has been awarded a prestigious NSERC CGSM scholarship which is tenable from May 2014 until April 2015
Tristan de Boer, Brett Leedahl, Thomas Tolhurst, and Amir Qamar have been awarded Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity scholarships.
Hunt is featured by the Star Phoenix for his cutting edge research on Graphene
By employing advanced synchrotron radiation techniques, the Beamteam at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada is studying the characteristics of new and complex materials that wil...
Dr. Israel Perez, member of the beamteam, was awarded a fourth prize for his essay entitled: "The Preferred System of Reference Reloaded" in a FQXi contest.
David Muir and Robert Green take second and third at the College of Engineering Research Day Poster Event.
John McLeod is featured by Metro News.
Amy Gryba (Pitman) has been chosen as the recipient of the 2012 YWCA Women of Distinction Youth Award.
Neil Johnson and Robert Green have been awarded Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity scholarships.
Neil Johnson has been awarded a prestigious NSERC PGS-D scholarship, tenable from September 2012 until September 2015.
This position come with funding of $1.4 million over 7 years.
Robert Green was one of three winners of the Student Poster Competition at the 2011 Annual Users' Meeting at the Canadian Light Source in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
John McLeod and Adrian Hunt have had their NSERC scholarships upgraded from PGSD3s to CGSD3s. CGSD scholarships are prestigious national awards, providing $35,000 per year in fundi...
Robert Green was the winner of the Student Poster Competition at the 2010 Annual Users' Meeting at the Advanced Light Source in Berkeley, California.
Four PhD physics students from the University of Saskatchewan "Beamteam" research group have won federal government scholarships valued at about $250,000, the university announced ...
Alex Moewes Profile: "Hard Driving Science"
The Beamteam research group was featured in the University of Saskatchewan's research publication, Making Waves: A Landscape of Discovery, Creativity, and Innovation:
David Muir was awarded the prize for best student presentation at the 2007 Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) meeting for the Division of Instrumentation and Measurement Phys...
Regan Wilks has been awarded an NSERC PGS-D scholarship, and has also been selected to participate in the NSERC's Summer Program in Taiwan. Regan will be working with Dr. W.F. Pong...
Dr. Moewes' Tier II Canadian Research Chair has been renewed for 5 years.
Wilks competed in the annual Student Poster Competition held at the Advanced Light Source.