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Schools to receive SINE2020 support announced

Schools to receive SINE2020 support announced

23/03/2016 - 22/03/2016

Eight neutron and muon introductory schools will be financially supported by SINE2020. read more

NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device at neutron research facilities

NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device at neutron research facilities

17/03/2016

SINE2020 offers consultation and free neutron scattering measurements to industry. Strengthen your R&D potential with us by submitting your proposal by June 30. read more

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


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