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  • Polarized neutron reflectivity and X-ray scattering measurements as tools to study properties of Pt/Co/Pt ultrathin layers irradiated by femtosecond laser pulses
    14.06.2017LLB, FrancePolarized neutron reflectivity and X-ray scattering measurements as tools to study properties of Pt/Co/Pt ultrathin layers irradiated by femtosecond laser pulses

    Neutron reflectivity, alongside other imaging methods, has been used to study the properties of ultrathin Pt/Co/Pt films.

  • Evidence of topological excitations in a quantum magnet
    21.06.2017ISIS, UKEvidence of topological excitations in a quantum magnet

    Neutrons assist the exploration of a completely new set of topological insulating materials.

  • Investigating the origin of excellent thermoelectric behaviour in Cu2Se
    20.06.2017ISIS, UKInvestigating the origin of excellent thermoelectric behaviour in Cu2Se

    Neutrons where used to test the Phonon-Liquid Electron-Crystal (PLEC) approach as a step towards developing better thermoelectric materials.

  • 13.06.2017From: MLZ, GermanyNeutrons make hydrogen atoms visible
    Neutrons make hydrogen atoms visible

    The instrument BioDiff at the MLZ has located with highest accuracy hydrogen atoms of various inhibitors when binding to the enzyme trypsin.

  • 20.06.2017From: CNEA, ArgentinaArgentina Hosted Its First Meeting on Neutron Scattering
    Argentina Hosted Its First Meeting on Neutron Scattering

    After a successful year of promotion of neutron scattering techniques, the LAHN team organised the first Argentinean Meeting on Neutron Scattering (TN2017), held in Buenos Aires on March 15-17th.

  • 10.06.2017From: ENSAWalter Haelg Prize 2017
    Walter Haelg Prize 2017

    The Walter Haelg Prize 2017 has been awarded to Professor Juan Colmenero from the University of the Basque Country, in Spain.

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