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NEW VIDEO: 1 Year of SINE2020

NEW VIDEO: 1 Year of SINE2020

20/10/2016

SINE2020 celebrated its 1 year anniversary on October 1st. This video shows what we have been up to. read more

The new Industry brochure

The new Industry brochure

19/10/2016

The Industry Consultancy WP has published a brochure to tell industrial companies how to “Boost their innovation process with advanced analytical techniques at European neutron sources”. Have a look and if you’d like to distribute some copies, feel free to contact us! read more

New Management team at ILL as of October 1, 2016

New Management team at ILL as of October 1, 2016

11/10/2016

Helmut Schober became the new ILL Director, Mark Johnson the new Science Director and British Associate Director, and Alexandre Durand the new Head of Administration. read more


Where is the muon? A review of simulation methods

Where is the muon? A review of simulation methods

30/09/2016

Scientists review approaches used to computationally predict muon sites and interaction parameters. read more

CLOSED Job: Postdoc Scientist in Muonium Chemistry at ISIS

CLOSED Job: Postdoc Scientist in Muonium Chemistry at ISIS

29/09/2016

ISIS in the UK has an open vacancy for a Post-Doctoral Scientist to work within the SINE2020 Sample Environment work-package. Apply by October 14. read more

SINE2020 funds metallurgy, surfactants, microelectronics, and fuel cells experiments

SINE2020 funds metallurgy, surfactants, microelectronics, and fuel cells experiments

28/09/2016

After the first call for industrial experiments, five companies will benefit from free neutron test measurements for their R&D activities. Would you like to use neutrons for advanced characterization of your material or component, for free? You’re still in time! read more


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