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  • New Release of Mantid 3.4
    19.05.2015mantidNew Release of Mantid 3.4
    The Mantid project introduced a wide variety of improvements in this release including: a collection of improvements to multi dimensional and “normal” plotting, new experimental planning interfaces.
  • First neutron spectrum from Emu
    01.04.2015ANSTO, AustraliaFirst neutron spectrum from Emu

    On April 1st ANSTO’s new EMU backscattering spectrometer recorded its first spectrum, in this case from a polyvinyl chloride standard.

  • NCNR Call for Proposals
    11.05.2015NIST, USANCNR Call for Proposals

    You are invited to apply for time on the neutron beam instruments at the NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR). The deadline for all proposals is Tuesday, June 16, 2015.

  • 06.05.2015From: ESS, SwedenStage is Set for ESS Linac Test in Uppsala
    Stage is Set for ESS Linac Test in Uppsala

    The first fully functional Low-Level Radio Frequency control system for the ESS Accelerator has been installed and integrated into the EPICS control system at the FREIA Laboratory at Uppsala University.

  • 06.05.2015From: LLB, FranceUncertainties on the future of the French neutron source LLB-Orphée
    Uncertainties on the future of the French neutron source LLB-Orphée

    A letter asking for support alerts to the risk that the neutron source LLB-Orphée will have to shut down earlier than planned, which will impact its users’ research programmes.

  • 11.05.2015From: NMI3SINE2020 - New neutron project approved by the European Commission
    SINE2020 - New neutron project approved by the European Commission

    A new neutron project that will start in October 2015 and last for four years has recently been accepted for funding under the European Commission HORIZON 2020 framework.

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