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Neutrons are produced at large research infrastructures. Researchers use them to look inside materials. With neutrons one can e.g. look inside a car engine, investigate drug delivery, see how plants uptake water, get insights into the development of superconductors.

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  • 14th European Summer School on
    19.06.2018 - 26.06.2018ILL, France14th European Summer School on "Scattering Methods Applied to Soft Condensed Matter" - Bombannes 2018

    Since 1990 the Bombannes school series introduces, on a fundamental level, the current methodology of static and dynamic scattering techniques and their applicaiton to soft matter systems.

  • Ultra-cold neutrons aid the search for dark matter
    17.11.2017ILL, FranceUltra-cold neutrons aid the search for dark matter

    Ultra-cold neutrons are used as an ideal tool for studying gravity at the microscopic level and fundamental neutron optics.

  • 49th IFF Spring School - Physics of Life
    26.01.2018 - 09.03.2018JCNS, Germany49th IFF Spring School - Physics of Life

    The 49th IFF Spring School – Physics of Life will be held February 26 – March 9 2018 in Jülich, Germany.

  • 27.09.2017From: CINS, CanadaEnsuring oil and gas pipeline integrity using neutron beams
    Ensuring oil and gas pipeline integrity using neutron beams

    Oil and gas pipeline safety standard practices have been influenced by a team of researchers, who use neutron beams to better understand stress and corrosion in pipeline steel.

  • 25.11.2017From: NIST, USANCNR 50 Year Symposium
    NCNR 50 Year Symposium

    The NIST Bureau of Standards Reactor is celebrating its 50th anniversary of going critical on December 7, 2017.

  • 18.08.2017From: CINS, CanadaUsing neutrons to increase extractable oil and gas and to reduce carbon dioxide emissions
    Using neutrons to increase extractable oil and gas and to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

    One University of Calgary geoscientist is demonstrating how to use neutron beams to determine the manner in which the pores in shale deposits store oil and gas.

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