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Apply now to the Oxford School on Neutron Scattering

Apply now to the Oxford School on Neutron Scattering

01/02/2017

Learn about neutron scattering and how you can benefit from using neutrons on 3 – 15 September 2017 in Oxford. read more

Improved formulation for STEPAN surfactants

Improved formulation for STEPAN surfactants

27/01/2017

One of the world’s largest producers of surfactants considers the time spent at ILL using neutrons, through SINE2020, invaluable for its R&D activities. read more

Communicating neutron scattering on Neutron News

Communicating neutron scattering on Neutron News

25/01/2017

The latest editorial of the journal Neutron News tells about the importance of communicating neutron scattering as well as how communication officers around the world collaborate. read more


High pressure research using muons at PSI

High pressure research using muons at PSI

24/01/2017

As part of the Sample Environment activities, a team at the Paul Scherrer Institute published a review of high pressure µSR experiments. read more

The first year of SINE2020 support of neutron and muon schools

The first year of SINE2020 support of neutron and muon schools

16/01/2017

About 250 students and early career scientists have already benefited from SINE2020 funding to eight introductory neutron and muon schools. Grants will also be available for advanced schools soon. read more

Neutrons: Cradle to Grave workshop - slides and videos available

Neutrons: Cradle to Grave workshop - slides and videos available

14/12/2016

Slides and videos of the talks given at the workshop are now available online. The workshop focused on requirements/developments for a (bidirectional) Monte Carlo variance reduction method applied to neutron beamline transport systems. read more


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