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  • Neutron scattering helping conserve the world’s great historic monuments
    19.06.2015ANSTO, AustraliaNeutron scattering helping conserve the world’s great historic monuments

    ANSTO research may help preserve some of the world’s most important historic artefacts and buildings.

  • Using neutrons to show weak spots in turbines, railway lines and pipes
    24.06.2015ANSTO, AustraliaUsing neutrons to show weak spots in turbines, railway lines and pipes

    From pipes to power station turbines and railway lines, ensuring that engineering components perform under pressure can save lives.

  • SAC Recommends Four New Instruments to be built at the European Spallation Source
    16.06.2015ESS, SwedenSAC Recommends Four New Instruments to be built at the European Spallation Source

    The ESS peer-review instrument selection process nears conclusion as four new instrument proposals are recommended for inclusion within the facility’s construction budget of 16 instruments.

  • 16.06.2015From: LANSCE, USALANSCE Call for Proposals: Lujan Center Moderated Neutrons for Nuclear and Materials Research FY16
    LANSCE Call for Proposals: Lujan Center Moderated Neutrons for Nuclear and Materials Research FY16

    The Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) is issuing a Call for Proposals for experiments to be run at the Lujan Center’s moderated neutron source.

  • 28.05.2015From: ESS, SwedenTurn Up the Flux and Expect the Unexpected with VOR
    Turn Up the Flux and Expect the Unexpected with VOR

    A single-shot observation of dynamic processes across multiple length and time scales will give unprecedented insight into previously unobservable phenomena.

  • 08.06.2015From: NIST, USAUS neutron facility development in the last half-century: a cautionary tale
    US neutron facility development in the last half-century: a cautionary tale

    Rush describes the efforts over the past 50 years to develop neutron research facilities in the US, discusses the reasons for the current state of affairs, and makes suggestions to prevent similar consequences in the future.

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