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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
A “plug and play” module or a flow crystallisation chamber? How can we make protein crystals large enough to studied with neutrons. ILL are trying to find out. read more
Find out the latest in our Chemical Deuteration workpackage on The Road to the ESS read more
Alain Debart’s team at CEA in France have been working on Micromegas Detectors for SINE2020’s Work Package Instrumentation. Here we explain what they are and what the team have achieved over the last few years. read more
Verena Reimund at ILL has been converting the old data treatment software LAMP into Mantid. Read more to find out why. read more
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