[Neutron] History pages now online

Alan Hewat alan.hewat at neutronoptics.com
Wed May 28 01:28:29 CEST 2014

Hi Inês. Just to say that Bernard Jacrot has written a book on the history
of ILL, as have Peter Timmins with Roland Currat. Neither are on your
literature list. I too have written some personal notes on ILL's history

Writing a "history of the world's neutron sources, instruments, and
techniques" is quite a challenge. Bon courage ! Alan.

On 27 May 2014 18:45, Ines Crespo <Ines.Crespo at frm2.tum.de> wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> I'm glad to announce that the history pages on neutronsources.org are now
> online:
> http://www.neutronsources.org/about/history.html
> It aims to provide articles, references and relevant information on the
> history of the world's neutron sources, instruments, and techniques, so
> that we can keep track of the developments in the field.
> If you know of any material that you find suitable for these pages, please
> don't hesitate to email Gerry Lander or me at info at neutronsources.org!
> Best regards,
> Inês
> **
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