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  • ILL has signed the Grant Agreement for SINE2020
    29.07.2015NMI3ILL has signed the Grant Agreement for SINE2020

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

  • SINE2020 Grant Agreement signed by the European Commission
    03.08.2015NMI3SINE2020 Grant Agreement signed by the European Commission

    The Grant Agreement for SINE2020 has now been signed by the European Commission. The project will start this year on October 1 and will last four years.

  • New ENSA Brochure on 'Neutrons for science and technology'
    03.08.2015NMI3New ENSA Brochure on 'Neutrons for science and technology'

    The brochure highlights the importance of neutron scattering, illustrated by several examples. Get a free copy at the NMI3 stand at ECNS!

  • 16.07.2015From: ANSTO, AustraliaDeadline for Neutron Scattering and Deuteration Proposals at the OPAL Reactor
    Deadline for Neutron Scattering and Deuteration Proposals at the OPAL Reactor

    Proposals at the OPAL Neutron Beam Facility (both cold- and thermal-neutron instruments) and National Deuteration Facility are now open.

  • 16.07.2015From: ENSA2015 Walter Hälg Prize announced!
    2015 Walter Hälg Prize announced!

    The 2015 Walter Hälg Prize has been awarded to Prof Dr Helmut Rauch for his outstanding and seminal contributions to the fundamental aspects of neutron physics and optics and many related aspects of quantum physics.

  • 21.07.2015From: CNLThe Canadian Neutron Beam Centre is inviting user proposals for beam time
    The Canadian Neutron Beam Centre is inviting user proposals for beam time

    The Canadian Neutron Beam Centre invites user proposals for neutron beam time on its six beamlines.

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