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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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  • Making a valuable resource usable with water
    04.05.2017SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandMaking a valuable resource usable with water

    Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and ETH Zurich have developed a new chemical process that allows the efficient conversion of methane to methanol.

  • Successful for 20 years: Probing materials with particles
    18.04.2017SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandSuccessful for 20 years: Probing materials with particles

    For 20 years researchers from a range of disciplines have been using the Swiss Spallation Neutron Source SINQ of the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI for their investigations.

  • NIST mourns Dr. Jack Rush
    28.04.2017NIST, USANIST mourns Dr. Jack Rush

    The NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) is sad to announce the death of Dr. John J. Rush (Jack) on April 20, 2017.

  • 03.05.2017From: ESS, SwedenUK’s Daresbury Lab Gears Up for High-Beta Cavity Series Production
    UK’s Daresbury Lab Gears Up for High-Beta Cavity Series Production

    ESS interviews team members at Daresbury Lab in England. The STFC facility is responsible for series production and testing of the 84 high-beta cavities of the European Spallation Source’s superconducting Accelerator.

  • 04.05.2017From: MLZ, GermanyInternational guest filmed a movie at the FRM II
    International guest filmed a movie at the FRM II

    Ricardo Garcia Soto a Chilean science author and director of television films made a short about what to see at the FRM II.

  • 11.04.2017From: ANSTO, Australia Research confirms heating can increase strength of a type of hydrogel
     Research confirms heating can increase strength of a type of hydrogel

    Small angle neutron scattering (SANS) at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering has confirmed that the strength of a type of supramolecular hydrogel can be increased by heating.

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