Standard Acknowledgement

Researchers are asked to acknowledge all beamlines, as well as the participation of all beamline staff who may have assisted in any aspect of your experiment, and include the following statement in their papers that contain data obtained at the the CLS.

Part or all of the research described in this paper was performed using the SGM beamline at the Canadian Light Source, a national research facility of the University of Saskatchewan, which is supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), the National Research Council (NRC), the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Government of Saskatchewan, and the University of Saskatchewan.

Acknowledging Academic Mail-in Results

For results obtained through the academic mail-in program, please also acknowledge that the data was collected by either:

  • The person(s) who collected the data, if known, or
  • SGM staff

Reporting Publications

Researchers are asked to report all publications based on work they performed, in whole or in part, at the Canadian Light Source. Publications reported to the CLS are an important factor in our funding and are taken into account during the peer reviewed assessment of your research proposals.

Publications include peer-reviewed papers, conference proceedings, doctoral and master thesis, magazine articles, books/chapters, PDB depositions and patents.

The list of all reported publications is found at CLS Publications, and all SGM publications on this websitePublications. Search the CLS publication database by entering an author's surname. To report a publication, not currently in the CLS publication database, use the + button in the top-right corner Report Publication. Note that you must be logged into your CLS user portal account to report a publication, that is to activate the + button. Any publications entered will be reviewed to ensure that they clearly acknowledge that data were obtained, or work was performed, at the CLS.