Synchrotron Applications --LSU's Scholarship First--

Agriculture - Understanding toxic byproducts of combustion, pollution in the environment, plant take-up and developing techniques for remediation 

Biotech - Understanding the origin of disease and developing new drugs for more-effective radiation therapy - developing new imaging modalities with X-ray phase contrast

Coast - Evaluate toxic byproducts of oil spills and their impact on affected wildlife

Defense - understanding crystallization and transformations in 3D printed metallic structures and characterizing advanced materials and manufacturing technologies

Energy - Developing new materials and catalysts for fuel production 


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This plain-language brochure describes synchrotron studies at CAMD including our research, support of economic development, and outreach activities.



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