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  •  95 scientists met in Coimbra for the SINE2020 General Assembly
    23.09.2016SINE2020 95 scientists met in Coimbra for the SINE2020 General Assembly

    Fruitful discussions with a side of sunny weather, UNESCO heritage, fado, and nice food at the SINE2020 General Assembly.

  •  BNC call for proposals
    23.09.2016BNC, Hungary BNC call for proposals

    The upcoming proposal submission deadline for neutron scattering experiments at Budapest Neutron Centre (BNC) is Saturday, 1 October 2016.

  • Sketchnote of 50 Years of Backscattering
    22.09.2016NeutronSourcesSketchnote of 50 Years of Backscattering

    Rob Dimeo took very creative notes of talks at the “50 Years of Backscattering” workshop

  • 17.09.2016From: CNBC, CanadaCanadian Neutron Beam Centre: Call for proposals
    Canadian Neutron Beam Centre: Call for proposals

    The Canadian Neutron Beam Centre will provide neutrons until March 2018 and will to provide assistance until March 2019 to complete data analysis and publish results. You are invited to propose challenging experiments, encourage young researchers to visit and learn everything they can from the experts.

  • 17.09.2016From: ORNL, USA Unlocking Potential of 3D Printed Rocket Parts with Neutrons
     Unlocking Potential of 3D Printed Rocket Parts with Neutrons

    Engineers from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, used neutrons recently to help understand the potential benefit of additive manufactured rocket engine components.

  • 16.09.2016From: SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandEn route to better transformers
    En route to better transformers

    Thanks to an ultramodern research method, scientists have successfully looked inside transformers and observed the magnetic domains at work in the interior of a transformer’s iron core. Transformers are indispensable in regulating electricity both in industry and in domestic households.

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