OPAL. Picture courtesy of Bragg Institute (ANSTO)
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Those who are new in the field can browse the Science with Neutrons page to get to know more about neutrons, their characteristics and applications. Under Resources one can learn about projects and collaborations using neutrons, as well as useful software and tables. On the calendar, you can browse future and past neutron events such as conferences, workshops and schools, including a list of regular events like the European and International Conferences on Neutron Scattering. Have you got a brilliant idea for a research experiment? The website tells you the facilities’ deadlines for submission of proposals and also the operating periods. Are you looking for a job or need a change in your career path? You might find it on the up-to-date job openings.
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