The National Science Foundation has awarded a proposal lead by the Collins Group on the “Development of Environmental Control for Resonant X-ray Scattering on Organic Samples.” Co-PIs include Enrique Gomez of Penn State University and Harald Ade of NC State University. The new instrument will be constructed at the Advanced Light Source of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and will enable in-situ or in-operando studies of nanostructure in liquid and electrochemical environments with the sample fully exchangeable with existing transmission electron microscopes. For more information follow the link.