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Neutrons are produced at large research infrastructures. Researchers use them to look inside materials. With neutrons one can e.g. look inside a car engine, investigate drug delivery, see how plants uptake water, get insights into the development of superconductors.

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  • Using High Pressure to Study Material’s Properties and Innovate Multi-functional Materials
    25.01.2018UCR TodayUsing High Pressure to Study Material’s Properties and Innovate Multi-functional Materials

    A research group conducts high pressure neutron diffraction experiments that help develop novel materials.

  • IFE and the JEEP II-research-reactor is an important ally for the ESS
    25.01.2018IFE, NorwayIFE and the JEEP II-research-reactor is an important ally for the ESS

    Prof. Andreas Schreyer, the Director of Science at ESS visited the JEEP II-reactor at Kjeller, Norway on January the 23rd, underlining the importance of the facility.

  • Dr. Eddy Lelièvre-Berna new Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Neutron Research
    01.02.2018IOS PressDr. Eddy Lelièvre-Berna new Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Neutron Research

    Dr. Eddy Lelièvre-Berna is the new Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Neutron Research.

  • 22.01.2018From: Physics WorldThermochromic halide perovskite solar cells
    Thermochromic halide perovskite solar cells

    Smart photovoltaic windows represent a promising green technology featuring tunable transparency and electrical power generation under external stimuli to control the light transmission and manage the solar energy.

  • 16.01.2018From: ILL, FranceNeutrons reveal hidden secrets of the hepatitis C virus
    Neutrons reveal hidden secrets of the hepatitis C virus

    Researchers have observed the structure of a functional p7 protein within its native environment for the first time using reflected neutrons. The observed mechanisms will help future drug development.

  • 11.01.2018From: Argonne National LaboratoryBreaking bad metals with neutrons
    Breaking bad metals with neutrons

    By exploiting the properties of neutrons to probe electrons in a metal, a team of researchers has gained new insight into the behavior of correlated electron systems.

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