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Hello everyone,

Today at 15:30 Berlin time (14:30 UTC) we have the last theLightStuff presentation, where the amazing Dr. Laura Henning from the TU Berlin will talk about her work on controlling porosity of silica particles with the help of X-ray scattering and diffraction.

Details: https://www.bam.de/Content/EN/Events/2020/thelightstuff/2020-11-27-the-light-stuff-online-lectures-henning.html

Most previous lectures are on the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thelightstuff
The upcoming program is available here: https://www.bam.de/thelightstuff

See you all there!

All the best,

Brian, Claire, Glen and Jenni

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