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  • SpinW3 released
    22.03.2017SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandSpinW3 released

    Release of SpinW3, an updated computational tool for simulating spin waves.

  • New release of Mantid 3.9 & Mantid Version 3.9.1 - patch release
    22.03.2017mantidNew release of Mantid 3.9 & Mantid Version 3.9.1 - patch release

    This release contains the long awaited ability to visualise non orthogonal crystal systems correctly in the slice viewer.

  •  A new research structure for the French neutrons scattering community
    22.03.2017LLB, France A new research structure for the French neutrons scattering community

    The first of January 2017, the “Fédération Française de Diffusion Neutronique” (French Federation of Neutron Scattering) has been created. It federates the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin (LLB) in Saclay and the CEA/INAC/MEM …

  • 22.03.2017From: HZB, GermanyNEAT starts user operation
    NEAT starts user operation

    The newly built time of flight spectrometre NEAT has welcomed its first users: Jie Ma from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and his colleague Zhilun Lu examined magnetic excitations in crystalline samples and enjoyed fast data rate and high flexibility of instrumental configurations. NEAT team is now looking forward to further new studies and user experiments!

  • 20.03.2017From: SINE202040 participants met in Lund to discuss the SINE2020 Sample Environment collaboration
    40 participants met in Lund to discuss the SINE2020 Sample Environment collaboration

    The SINE2020 work-package on Sample Environment met on January 25-26 in Lund to present and discuss updates on the WP tasks.

  • 20.03.2017From: LLB, FranceMore room for microphase separation: An extended study on binary liquids confined in SBA-15 cylindrical pores
    More room for microphase separation: An extended study on binary liquids confined in SBA-15 cylindrical pores

    A phenomenon of microphase separation, which appears as a novel fascinating confinement effect for fully miscible binary liquids.

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