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  • HERACLES: new project on our resources page
    02.05.2016NeutronSourcesHERACLES: new project on our resources page

    Addressing one of the last remaining concerns in the civil nuclear fuel cycle. Europe’s High Performance Research Reactors have teamed up in a common initiative, “HERACLES”, to support the world-wide non-proliferation efforts by …

  •  Neutrons save cultural heritage from the Iron Age
    02.05.2016MLZ, Germany Neutrons save cultural heritage from the Iron Age

    Scientists have examined a method to preserve artifacts more closely by Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis to find the optimal conditions for preservation.

  • Fuel Cells: Polymers, platinum and a poster prize
    30.04.2016MLZ, GermanyFuel Cells: Polymers, platinum and a poster prize

    Results show that one can examine details of the operation of fuel cells with neutron scattering and thus promote the optimisation of the individual components of the fuel cell for a longer life and better efficiency.

  • 28.04.2016From: ISIS, UKApplications of Neutron Scattering in Catalysis
    Applications of Neutron Scattering in Catalysis

    A publication in the journal Johnson Matthey Technology Review explains how and why neutron scattering may be a useful technique to investigate catalysis.

  • 28.04.2016From: ANSTO, AustraliaOne step closer to finding the spin nematic
    One step closer to finding the spin nematic

    Neutron scattering at ANSTO has contributed to building evidence for the existence of a highly exotic and elusive state of matter, known as a magnetic ‘spin nematic’ phase in a natural mineral called linarite.

  • 25.04.2016From: ILL, FranceAppointment of next ILL Director
    Appointment of next ILL Director

    Prof. Helmut Schober has been appointed, with effect from 1st October 2016, as the new Director of the Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble, the world’s flagship centre for neutron science.

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