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  • Canadian State Visit Puts ESS Collaboration in the Spotlight
    29.03.2017ESS, SwedenCanadian State Visit Puts ESS Collaboration in the Spotlight

    The European Spallation Source was the site of a roundtable discussion featuring King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, the Governor General of Canada, and the research ministers of the two nations. The focus was on collaboration …

  • Molecular geometry and magnetism: Investigation of lanthanoid-based single molecule magnets
    29.03.2017ANSTO, AustraliaMolecular geometry and magnetism: Investigation of lanthanoid-based single molecule magnets

    Measurements on the Pelican time-of-flight spectrometer have contributed to a better understanding of the molecular geometry and magnetic properties of a prospective material for quantum computing.

  • Instruments Full-Steam Ahead at IKON12
    29.03.2017ESS, SwedenInstruments Full-Steam Ahead at IKON12

    IKON12. A record number of participants at the 12th meeting for In-Kind Contributions for Neutron Science at ESS demonstrated the expanding scale and complexity of the instrument projects as they move through preliminary …

  • 29.03.2017From: ESS, SwedenEU Supports Next-Generation Neutron Science: Interview with Yana Znamenskaya
    EU Supports Next-Generation Neutron Science: Interview with Yana Znamenskaya

    MAX4ESSFUN. Mucus protects many of our body’s vital functions against dehydration. Understanding the structure and function of this biological material will give researchers more tools to prevent and treat common diseases like cystic fibrosis and asthma.

  • 29.03.2017From: ESS, SwedenHow Do You Power the World’s Most Powerful Linac?
    How Do You Power the World’s Most Powerful Linac?

    The Modulator. Carlos Martins and his ESS power converters team, with the help of Lund University researchers, have successfully brought a new high-voltage modulator design to series production. The cost savings and reduced footprint for these large machines mean a paradigm shift for linac power supply worldwide.

  • 29.03.2017From: SINE2020Deuteration User Survey
    Deuteration User Survey

    Within the SINE2020 project we have setup an European Deuteration Network (DEUNET) that aims to increase the availability and accessibility of complex deuterated molecules to the European neutron scattering community. The existing capabilities of the laboratories at ISIS, ILL and FZJ which currently produce deuterated materials for neutron scattering will be complemented by an additional laboratory at ESS. Furthermore, the organisation of the facilities into a network leverages the unique specialisations of each of the laboratories.

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