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  • Posters and Prizes at SNI 2018
    20.09.2018SNI, GermanyPosters and Prizes at SNI 2018

    The end of the SNI 2018 conference in Garching, Germany ended with the presentation of the poster prizes and the Wolfram Prandl Prize Lecture.

  • Update from the ESS
    20.09.2018SNI, GermanyUpdate from the ESS

    SNI 2018: News from the ESS.
    Andreas Schreyer presented an update on the ESS construction. Read more to find out the progress of the project and how much concrete has been used so far!

  • 	Founding Partners Sign Charter Establishing Neutron Source Consortium LENS
    13.09.2018MLZ, Germany Founding Partners Sign Charter Establishing Neutron Source Consortium LENS

    Representatives of eight European research infrastructures signed the Charter of the League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS) at the International Conference of Research Infrastructures, ICRI2018, in Vienna today.

  • 23.07.2018From: MLZ, GermanyNeutron Scattering Detects Phase Transition in Supercritical CO2
    Neutron Scattering Detects Phase Transition in Supercritical CO2

    Neutron scattering has enabled scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich to detect the formation of droplets in supercritical carbon dioxide at high pressure.

  • 11.07.2018From: MLZ, GermanyMagnetic vortices: twice as interesting
    Magnetic vortices: twice as interesting

    For the first time a team of researchers have discovered with the help of neutrons at the instrument SANS-1 two different phases of magnetic skyrmions in a single material.

  • 27.06.2018From: Forschungszentrum Jülich, JCNS, GermanyMaterials Research for Energy-efficient Magnetic Cooling
    Materials Research for Energy-efficient Magnetic Cooling

    Jülich scientist Nikolaos Biniskos together with his colleagues in a Franco-German research team has gained new insights into the inverse magnetocaloric effect with the help of neutron scattering studies.

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