Science & Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020

SINE2020, world-class Science and Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020, is a consortium of 18 partner institutions from 12 countries. It is funded by the European Union through the H2020 programme. Read more.

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BIOMODICS is back after a successful feasibility study within SINE2020

BIOMODICS is back after a successful feasibility study within SINE2020

23/03/2018

In the framework of the ‘industry consultancy’ of the SINE2020 European project, an innovative Danish company used small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) at the Institute Laue Langevin (ILL) in France, to see how it could help them improve their patented new material that combines silicon and hydrogel. read more

International Workshop on Position Sensitive Neutron Detectors - PSND2018

International Workshop on Position Sensitive Neutron Detectors - PSND2018

15/05/2018 - 17/05/2018

The Workshop will take place at Forschungszentrum Jülich in the main lecture hall. Here we will have oral presentations, a poster session and an exhibition. read more

European Deuteration Network (DEUNET)

European Deuteration Network (DEUNET)

20/03/2018

The aim of the network is to provide European neutron scattering users with access to complex deuterated small molecules. The establishment of the network is facilitated by the SINE2020 project. read more


NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device

NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device

19/03/2018

Probing matter with neutrons is non-destructive. Apply by June 30, 2018! read more

SINE2020: General Assembly 2018

SINE2020: General Assembly 2018

05/06/2018 - 06/06/2018

The SINE2020 General Assembly will take place at the University of Parma in Italy, from June 5th – 6th in 2018.

For more details, please check out the programme.. read more

 How do protein crystals grow?

How do protein crystals grow?

23/02/2018

Researchers from MLZ (Forschungszentrum Jülich) investigated the crystallization of the protein lysozyme in an experiment at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL). The paper on lysozyme crystallization shows the successful collaboration of a TUM master student (Raimund Heigl) with a SINE2020 postdoc (Marialucia Longo). read more


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