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  • The Intensity Frontier: Developing World Class Detectors Using Boron
    11.02.2016ESS, SwedenThe Intensity Frontier: Developing World Class Detectors Using Boron

    The first attempts to use boron-10 for neutron detection were made in the 1970s. Due to the high neutron flux expected at ESS and the economics of the helium-3 crisis, boron is experiencing a comeback. EU support through the …

  • Registration open for PNCMI2016
    10.02.2016Forschungszentrum Jülich, JCNS, GermanyRegistration open for PNCMI2016

    Registration to the next International Conference on Polarised Neutrons for Condensed Matter Investigations (PNCMI) held on July 4-7, 2016 in Munich (Freising), Germany is open.

  • From the
    08.02.2016FRM II, GermanyFrom the "Atomic Egg" to the FRM II

    The research reactor Munich (FRM), known as the “Atomic Egg”, came into operation on 31 October 1957. The research neutron source Heinz Maier Leibnitz (FRM II) reached its first criticality on 2 March, 2004 and user operation …

  • 05.02.2016From: NMI3Step-by-step to a neutron experiment with bio matter
    Step-by-step to a neutron experiment with bio matter

    Watch this new video where scientists explain us the steps taken before conducting a neutron experiment on biological samples.

  • 05.02.2016From: SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandAt the interface - interview with Stefan Janssen
    At the interface - interview with Stefan Janssen

    Stefan Janssen is Head of the User Office at Paul Scherrer Institute PSI. In an interview, he explains why the PSI’s large research facilities are popular with researchers coming from other institutions, how he handles the many applications and how he supports users who come here to conduct experiments.

  • 28.01.2016From: NMI3Big progress in the production of model biological membranes
    Big progress in the production of model biological membranes

    An NMI3 JRA has made significant progress in the production of biological membranes that can be used for structural and dynamic characterisations.

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