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In June 2009, 2 to 3 days were spent using the ASTRID synchrotron at Aarhus university in Denmark. This particular ring is optimised for low wavelength data, which makes it useful for UV LD spectra.

The experiments that were conducted during this short period of time looked at the LD spectra of DNA with different %GC content and the binding to certain ligands.

official ASTRID picture

Image taken from ISA website

me and astrid synchrotron ASTRID SYNCHROTRON

me working on Astrid Photos of the storage ring