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26 students attended the Italian Learning Days School

26 students attended the Italian Learning Days School

27/09/2016

The Italian Society of Neutron Spectroscopy organised the Giornate Didattiche School on June 12-20, 2016. Students were given an introduction to neutron techniques for condensed matter studies, with applications to Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Earth sciences. read more

Martin Böhm is the new SINE2020 Coordinator

Martin Böhm is the new SINE2020 Coordinator

27/09/2016

We welcome Martin Böhm from the Institute Laue-Langevin as new SINE2020 Coordinator. read more

Apply to the Berlin School on Neutron Scattering by October 15

Apply to the Berlin School on Neutron Scattering by October 15

22/09/2016

Learn neutron scattering on 2 – 10 March 2017 at the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin. SINE2020 supports travel costs. read more


95 scientists met in Coimbra for our General Assembly

95 scientists met in Coimbra for our General Assembly

15/09/2016

Sunshine, bacalhau, UNESCO heritage, and interesting scientific discussions all came together at the SINE2020 General Assembly held at the University of Coimbra on September 7-8. read more

Q&A: Enhancing cooperation between industry and neutron facilities

Q&A: Enhancing cooperation between industry and neutron facilities

13/09/2016

Get to know the main points of action, benefits, and challenges of the SINE2020 Industry Activity. read more

Sample Environment: Interview with the coordinator

Sample Environment: Interview with the coordinator

30/08/2016

Eddy Lelièvre-Berna tells about the Sample Environment WP, which aims to improve the environment surrounding samples both on neutron and muon experiments, thus improving data statistics and opening new fields of science. read more


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