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  • Neutron analysis of human teeth could assist in the fight against dental erosion
    23.02.2015ILL, FranceNeutron analysis of human teeth could assist in the fight against dental erosion

    A new study carried out at the Institut Laue-Langevin in collaboration with researchers at the Lyons-University based Hospices Civils de Lyon has determined the most accurate microstructure ever obtained of human enamel.

  • The BER II neutron source is back in operation and available for experiments following the interruption in availability
    19.02.2015HZB, GermanyThe BER II neutron source is back in operation and available for experiments following the interruption in availability

    Maintenance work has been successfully concluded – the High-Field Magnet has successfully attained 26 tesla in initial testing. New scientific experiments have become possible.

  • U.S. Dept. of Energy Awards Louisiana University Scientists $4.9M Statewide Research Grant
    09.02.2015LSU, USAU.S. Dept. of Energy Awards Louisiana University Scientists $4.9M Statewide Research Grant

    The Louisiana Consortium for Neutron Scattering is a multi-million dollar statewide collaborative research initiative that will expand the fundamental understanding of advanced materials.

  • 18.02.2015From: NMI3Fostering collaboration between Industry and Research Infrastructures
    Fostering collaboration between Industry and Research Infrastructures

    Representatives of major European Innovation and Technology Campuses met in Athens for the second IAB meeting & Networking of Industrial Liaison Offices organised by NMI3 and CALIPSO.

  • 11.02.2015From: LLB, FranceTransparency through structural disorder: A new concept for innovative transparent ceramics
    Transparency through structural disorder: A new concept for innovative transparent ceramics

    New concept to achieve ultimate transparency reaches 90% transmittance. This innovative method should drive the development of new highly transparent materials with technologically relevant applications.

  • 10.02.2015From: HZB, GermanyWalter Hälg Prize Announcement
    Walter Hälg Prize Announcement

    The highly prestigious Walter Hälg Prize is the most visible activity of ENSA in the scientific community.

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