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  • New version of SasView
    28.11.2016SasViewNew version of SasView

    The SasView Development Team is pleased to announce the release of SasView 4.0.1.

  • Experimentally proved: theory is correct
    28.11.2016MLZ, GermanyExperimentally proved: theory is correct

    One week of beam time at the PUMA instrument have been enough for international research teams from Beijing and the USA to prove theoretical calculations experimentally. The results bring the global community of superconductors a …

  • What if neutron scattering uses the same type of detectors used to look into space?
    15.11.2016SINE2020What if neutron scattering uses the same type of detectors used to look into space?

    A SINE2020 team is working on developing Resistive Plate Chambers for neutron detectors.

  • 15.11.2016From: MLZ, GermanyImproved Insight into the Structure of Lipid Membranes: Combining the Strengths of Neutron Reflectivity and Molecular Dynamics
    Improved Insight into the Structure of Lipid Membranes: Combining the Strengths of Neutron Reflectivity and Molecular Dynamics

    Alexandros Koutsioumpas from Forschungszentrum Jülich has studied the structure of complex lipid membranes at the neutron reflectometer MARIA.

  • 11.11.2016From: SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandSINQ back in operation and new proposal deadline
    SINQ back in operation and new proposal deadline

    The next call will be launched in January 2017 with a proposal submission deadline on February 20, 2017, midnight for all instruments, see list below. Those proposals will request for beamtime during the period May – October 2017.

  • 09.11.2016From: NeutronSourcesNeutrons before and after the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics
    Neutrons before and after the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics

    This article showcases work conducted at neutron sources around the globe that confirmed the predictions of the winners of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics or that builds upon their theories.

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