News & Events
News and events related to the Industry WP
Would you like to know how neutrons can inform your company's development and innovation? Below you can find a list of events where members of the Industry WP will be present. If you're attending, don't hesitate to come talk to us! Contact: email@example.com.
Watch our SYNERGI 2019 video26/04/2019
SYNERGI 2019: our one-day event for industry on the uses of neutron techniques was held on 1st April. Read about it and watch the summary video. read more
Neutrons for Biotech Event27/03/2019 - 29/03/2019
SINE2020’s Neutrons for the Biotech Industry event was held last week in Spain. read more
New SANS Animation video20/02/2019
ILL and SINE2020 are happy to announce the release of an animation video funded by SINE2020 and prepared with Isabelle Grillo, one of ILL’s scientists. It tells you a little bit about how Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) works and what it can be used for. You can find out more about the technique on our dedicated page or go straight to the video here. read more
EARIV Brochure available NOW!18/09/2018
EARIV (European Analytical Research Infrastructures Village) allows industry to quickly and easily connect with relevant experts and exploit the
most appropriate, state-of-the-art tools.
It is a joint initiative between Horizon 2020 projects that promotes opportunities for industry to engage with European large-scale analytical research infrastructures (ARIs).
This brochure outlines the opportunities and benefits of connecting research centres with industry, from automotive to pharmaceuticals. read more
Free measurements until April 2019!18/09/2018
Free feasability measurements for your material or component has been extended until April 2019. Find out more about it. read more
Materials Week 201705/04/2018
In a three-day’s conference accompanied with several sattelite meetings and a parallel exhibition which enables companies and research institutions to present their services in the fiels of instrumentation and materials research to more than 1200 participants. read more