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US company wins €42M contract for gamma beam at EU-funded ELI laser facility in Romania

After saying European consortium had failed to deliver, ELI has looked elsewhere. The contract is a sign of strengthening scientific cooperation between Romania and the US The largest research infrastructure in central and eastern Europe, Romania’s Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI - NP) is to get a US-built gamma beam, after terminating

US company wins €42M contract for gamma beam at EU-funded ELI laser facility in Romania2020-01-28T13:24:37+01:00

Lyncean Technologies awarded €49M to provide world’s most advanced gamma-ray source

Lyncean Technologies, a pioneer in compact accelerator-based light sources for use in science and industry, on October 4th signed a contract with the "Horia Hulubei" National Institute for Research and Development in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH), Romania, to build a Variable Energy Gamma-ray (VEGA) System. The system will have applications in fundamental physics,

Lyncean Technologies awarded €49M to provide world’s most advanced gamma-ray source2019-10-29T08:59:40+01:00

Lyncean Technologies Inc. closes $13.75 million funding with a syndicate including Intel Capital

FREMONT, CA -- Lyncean Technologies, a pioneer in compact accelerator-based light sources for use in industry and academia, has secured $13.75 million in the initial close of a Series B financing round with a syndicate including Intel Capital. The round included participation from current investors EuroUS Ventures AG, Anchor Fund and Quintus Vermoegensverwaltung GmbH. The

Lyncean Technologies Inc. closes $13.75 million funding with a syndicate including Intel Capital2019-10-07T15:23:50+01:00