The European Plate Observing System – Netherlands (EPOS-NL) integrates large-scale geophysical facilities in the Netherlands into a coherent infrastructure for research into geo-societal challenges. This infrastructure develops innovative new facilities and provides open access to cutting-edge research facilities and data.
A call is now open to get free of charge, remote access (send in sample analysis) to several of the EPOS-NL research facilities in the Netherlands. Accessible facilities include the Multi-scale Imaging and Tomography (MINT) facilities at Utrecht University and Delft University of Technology and the ESL High Pressure and Temperature (HPT) lab at Utrecht University. Remote access implies that researchers can send samples to these facilities, where experienced staff will perform analyses based on remotely provided instructions.
If you want to stay up to date on EPOS-NL access calls, data and general developments, e-mail “subscribe” to firstname.lastname@example.org.