We hope you are enjoying your summer! Before we leave on holidays, we'd like to give you an update of what is going on in the neutron world. Our second newsletter brings you the following news:
- The SINE2020 Chemical Deuteration WP: Interview with the coordinator Hanna Wacklin
- SINE2020 facilitates the study of the human body
- The CETS School 2016: a summary
- Funds for post-grant FP7 publications
And last but not least, please don't forget to register to our General Assembly on September 7-8 in Coimbra, Portugal, so that the organisers know you're coming.
We hope to see many of you there!
The SINE2020 coordination team
The SINE2020 Chemical Deuteration WP: Interview with the coordinator Hanna Wacklin
In an interview Hanna Wacklin tells about the SINE2020 collaboration activity on Chemical Deuteration, which she coordinates.
SINE2020 facilitates the study of the human body
Giovanna Fragneto tells how work within the SINE2020 Deuteration Activity aims to provide large scale production of deuterated lipids for scientific use.
The CETS School 2016: a summary
Thanks to SINE2020 support, 31 participants attended the Central European Training School in Budapest last May.
Please register to our General Assembly by August 21
The SINE2020 GA will be held at the University of Coimbra in Portugal. Please don’t forget to register.
Funds for post-grant FP7 publications
You might be able to use OpenAire funds to publish your FP7 project papers in Open Access journals.
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