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  • LANSCE Call for Proposals: Proton Radiography FY16
    19.11.2014LANSCE, USALANSCE Call for Proposals: Proton Radiography FY16

    LANSCE: Call for Proposals for experiments for the Proton Radiography Facility (pRad) for the period October 1, 2015 – September 30, 2016. The deadline is February 6.

  • Christiane Alba-Simionesco elected at the Chair of ENSA
    21.11.2014LLB, FranceChristiane Alba-Simionesco elected at the Chair of ENSA

    The Director of the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin is the new Chairman of the European Neutron Scattering Association.

  • New hall for cooling systems of ultra-cold neutron source
    12.11.2014MLZ, GermanyNew hall for cooling systems of ultra-cold neutron source

    South of the Maier-Leibnitz Laboratory a hall in wood construction is currently being built. From next year on, it will house the mock-up for the cooling systems of the ultracold neutron source at FRM II.

  • 05.11.2014From: NMI3Members of European User Offices met for the first time
    Members of European User Offices met for the first time

    This first discussion forum of European User Offices was held on November 3-4 at the ALBA Synchrotron as an opportunity to share experiences.

  • 29.10.2014From: ANSTO, AustraliaLANSCE School call for Applications is open!
    LANSCE School call for Applications is open!

    Call for applications for the LANSCE School on neutron scattering that will take place February 18-27, 2015.

  • 22.10.2014From: HZB, Germany26 Tesla! High Field Magnet beats expectation
    26 Tesla! High Field Magnet beats expectation

    The High field magnet is producing a stable magnetic field of 26 Tesla and is thus even a little stronger than the scientists and engineers dared to hope.

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