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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

Project administrators met EC auditors to help secure eligibility of H2020 funding

Project administrators met EC auditors to help secure eligibility of H2020 funding

01/08/2016

Financial and administrative staff from the H2020 BrightnESS and its SINE2020 projects met on June 27 and 28 in Lund to exchange best practices and tools on how to best implement and manage both research projects. read more

Funds for post-grant FP7 publications

Funds for post-grant FP7 publications

01/08/2016

You can apply for OpenAire funds to publish or reimburse your FP7 project papers in Open Access journals. read more


SINE2020 facilitates the study of the human body

SINE2020 facilitates the study of the human body

11/07/2016

Giovanna Fragneto tells how work within the SINE2020 Deuteration Activity aims to provide large scale production of deuterated lipids for scientific use. read more

The CETS School 2016: a summary

The CETS School 2016: a summary

13/10/2016

Thanks to SINE2020 support, 31 participants attended the Central European Training School in Budapest last May. read more

Chemical Deuteration: interview with the coordinator

Chemical Deuteration: interview with the coordinator

29/06/2016

In an interview Hanna Wacklin tells about the SINE2020 collaboration activity on Chemical Deuteration, which she coordinates. read more


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