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  • Swiss Parliament Approves Country’s Full Participation in ESS
    20.03.2015ESS, SwedenSwiss Parliament Approves Country’s Full Participation in ESS

    The bicameral decision formalizes Switzerland’s accession to ESS and extends the Swiss financial commitment through 2026.

  • The SKADI Diffractometer: Enlarging the Field of Small-Angle Neutron Scattering
    17.03.2015ESS, SwedenThe SKADI Diffractometer: Enlarging the Field of Small-Angle Neutron Scattering

    Part of an integrated SANS instrument suite at ESS, SKADI analyses materials’ structures at the largest scales possible with neutron diffraction.

  • The Canadian Neutron Beam Centre is inviting user proposals for beam time
    26.03.2015CNLThe 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.

  • 26.03.2015From: MLZ, Germany Superstructure for Heusler alloy at MLZ discovered
     Superstructure for Heusler alloy at MLZ discovered

    Scientists conducted an experiment with the instrument SPODI at MLZ to determine the structure of shape memory alloys of nickel-manganese-indium.

  • 20.03.2015From: LLB, FranceNew regime in polyelectrolyte solutions
    New regime in polyelectrolyte solutions

    We describe a new regime in dense polymer solutions, typically above ~1mol/L, where q* is proportional to the concentration c of the solution.

  • 13.03.2015From: ESS, SwedenThe First Six Months of ESS Construction Proceed on Schedule
    The First Six Months of ESS Construction Proceed on Schedule

    With the casting of the first 10-meter section of the accelerator tunnel walls in the last week of January, the European Spallation Source began to go vertical.

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