General Lab Information

Enabling COVID-19 Research

In light of the rapidly changing situation world-wide resulting from the COVID-19 virus, the Department of Energy Basic Energy Sciences light and neutron sources want to ensure they are doing everything possible to enable research into this virus and the search for an effective vaccine or other treatment. The DOE supports research into structural biology in partnership with the National Institutes of Health, and universities. This portal collects relevant structural biology resources in a single location, listing their basic characteristics and a point of contact for each.

Researchers who would like to use these resources should reach out to that point of contact. Depending on the number and nature of the requests, the facilities will make every effort to give the researchers priority access.

Researchers who are unsure of which resource is best suited to their needs should reach out to the facility contacts below to discuss their project.

Facility Capabilities

DOE Light And Neutron Sources: Details and Contacts

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NSLS-II

National Synchrotron Light Source II

Brookhaven

Sean McSweeney

Operations Schedule

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APS

Advanced Photon Source

Argonne

Bob Fischetti

Operations Schedule

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SSRL

Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource

SLAC

Britt Hedman

Operations Schedule (PDF)

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ALS

Advanced Light Source

Lawrence Berkeley

Paul Adams

Operations Schedule

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LCLS

Linac Coherent Light Source

SLAC

Sebastien Boutet

Operations Schedule

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HFIR & SNS

High Flux Isotope Reactor and Spallation Neutron Source

Oak Ridge

Dean Myles

Operations Schedule: HFIR (PDF) | SNS