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Neutrons for Industry: SINE2020 aims at increasing industrial use of European neutron sources

Neutrons for Industry: SINE2020 aims at increasing industrial use of European neutron sources

16/10/2016 - 13/10/2016

Learn how the SINE2020 Industry WP will help create an innovation-friendly environment around European neutron sources to tackle societal challenges by coupling research and innovation. read more

Communicating collaboration – communications officers met in Lund

Communicating collaboration – communications officers met in Lund

11/03/2016

The SINE2020 and brightnESS projects organised a meeting of communications officers to strengthen collaboration. read more

Neutron scattering e-learning platform now online

Neutron scattering e-learning platform now online

09/03/2016

Neutron scattering textbook, exercises, and simulations of experiments are now available online and for free at e-neutrons.org. read more


Explaining neutron scattering to children in their mother tongue

Explaining neutron scattering to children in their mother tongue

02/03/2016

The SINE2020 Information Manager explained neutron scattering to 10 year olds in Portuguese through the Native Scientist initiative. read more

CLOSED Job: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biochemistry at the ILL

CLOSED Job: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biochemistry at the ILL

26/01/2016

The deadline to apply for this position, funded through the SINE2020 Deuteration WP, is February 22. read more

Call for proposals for funding of neutron and muon introductory schools

Call for proposals for funding of neutron and muon introductory schools

02/12/2015

The deadline for applying for funding for Neutron or Muon Introductory Schools is January 24. The schools will be supported by the SINE2020 project. read more


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