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  • Call for proposals: Canadian Neutron Beam Centre
    11.12.2016CINS, CanadaCall for proposals: Canadian Neutron Beam Centre

    The Canadian Neutron Beam Centre (CNBC) plans to provide neutrons until the end of March 2018, and to provide assistance until March 2019 to complete data analysis and publish results. You are invited to propose challenging …

  • Improving the fitting in Mantid for neutron and muon data
    11.12.2016SINE2020Improving the fitting in Mantid for neutron and muon data

    A team is working on improving the fitting of neutron and muon data in Mantid. They developed a framework for comparing fitting minimizers targeted to serve Mantid users, but whose results are transferrable to other neutron and …

  • Smooth transition in FRM II administration
    11.12.2016MLZ, GermanySmooth transition in FRM II administration

    Johannes Nußbickel follows Dr. Klaus Seebach as Managing Director at the FRM II neutron source in Germany.

  • 08.12.2016From: MLZ, GermanyHydrogen atom hidden and sought
    Hydrogen atom hidden and sought

    British scientists have elucidated the structure of a vital enzyme with the help of neutrons. This involved the presence of a hydrogen atom. Their results are now published in Nature Communications.

  • 08.12.2016From: LLB, FranceWhy many polymers are so fragile: A new perspective
    Why many polymers are so fragile: A new perspective

    Scientists make a surprising discovery. The steepness of the temperature dependence (fragility) of the viscosity that is determined by chain relaxation follows the correlations at all molecular weights.

  • 07.12.2016From: Forschungszentrum Jülich, JCNS, GermanyNew 'Women in Science' video: Dr. Sultan Demirdis from JCNS-MLZ
    New 'Women in Science' video: Dr. Sultan Demirdis from JCNS-MLZ

    Dr. Sultan Demirdis works in the field of neutron research at Forschungszentrum Jülich. In a video, she talks about how she became a neutron scientist and why she likes working at the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science.

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