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NMI3 is a European consortium of 18 partner organisations from 12 countries, including all major facilities in the fields of neutron scattering and muon spectroscopy. Read more

  • Joint Research Activities

    NMI3 supports scientific collaborations to develop new instrumentation and techniques for neutron scattering and muon spectroscopy. Find out more.

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  • Our Access Programme

    Visit our Access Programme pages to find out more about getting access to the best neutron and muon facilities in Europe.

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  • NMI3 for students

    In our Education pages, students will find information about training in neutron and muon science as well as educational resources.

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  • NMI3 scientific highlights

    Articles about recent research carried out thanks to NMI3 funding.

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  • Neutron and muon world news

    Updates, interviews and exciting news about the neutron and muon worlds.

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  • Neutron and muon related events

    In our Calendar you will find information about upcoming conferences, schools, proposal deadlines, and more.

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Latest news

11. April 2014

European press officers meet at MLZ to continue a fruitful collaboration

PR meeting at MLZ, 2014

European Neutron and Muon press officers and PRs have met on April at MLZ. European neutron and muon science may benefit from this collaboration, as together we can reach out to a broader public. read more

10. April 2014

The 2014 Fan du LLB School - dates announced

Fan du LLB 2013

The dates of the 2014 Fan du LLB school have just been announced. It will take place between December 8 and 11. This school is part of the Neutron and Muon European Schools (NaMES). read more

07. April 2014

Neutrons help visualising materials: new video of the Imaging JRA

HZB Imaging JRA - video teaser

New imaging methods will offer new possibilities to physicists, material scientists, engineers, palaeontologists, archaeologists, and others, so that they can obtain better information on their objects of study. read more

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