The SasView Collaboration is pleased to announce the latest release of its popular SAS data analysis package, SasView 4.2.0.
This version contains a number of infrastructural improvements, bug fixes, and documentation …
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The third and final ESS Coldbox has arrived and been put into place at the ESS in Lund, Sweden. It weighs 38 tonnes and is the world’s largest helium refrigerator within the 15-20K temperature range. It’s home may now be in …
The end of the SNI 2018 conference in Garching, Germany ended with the presentation of the poster prizes and the Wolfram Prandl Prize Lecture.
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!
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.
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