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  • Dates announced for the ILL FullProf School
    24.10.2014ILL, FranceDates announced for the ILL FullProf School

    Thanks to NMI3 support, scientists will learn to use FullProf at the Institute Laue-Langevin from 2 to 6 March 2015.

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    23.10.2014NeutronSourcesFollow @NeutronSources on Twitter!

    Neutronsources.org is now on Twitter. You can now easily learn about all news and updates from the world’s neutron sources by following @NeutronSources.

  • Rare ‘baby rattle’ molecules reveal new quantum properties of H2O and H2
    10.10.2014ILL, FranceRare ‘baby rattle’ molecules reveal new quantum properties of H2O and H2

    Neutron scattering experiments at the ILL have revealed the existence of quantum selection rules in molecules, the first experimental confirmation of its kind.

  • 21.10.2014From: MLZ, Germany Virtual tour of the FRM II
     Virtual tour of the FRM II

    You are interested in visiting the FRM II, but too young or too far away? No problem: An interactive tour gives you insights into the neutron source – without any restriction on admission.

  • 23.09.2014From: SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandA reliable type from the 1980s
    A reliable type from the 1980s

    The source of the proton beam at PSI is a retro-style Cockcroft-Walton linear accelerator. It was the first acceleration stage for protons which are taken up to around 80% of the speed of light. Since 1994 it has held the world record as the highest performing beam.

  • 25.09.2014From: SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandGiants who control miniscule particles
    Giants who control miniscule particles

    Magnets are the unsung heroes in particle accelerators because they keep protons or electrons on track. Some of the magnets at PSI are masterpieces of precision and control.

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