In our 14th Inside NMI3 e-newsletter you can find news on:
- A single platform to apply for neutron experiments
- EC's review report on NMI3
- PR's meeting at MLZ
- History pages on Neutronsources.org
- Dates for the Fan du LLB school
- PostDoc Position at LLB
- New links to Educational Resources
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
What if one could use a single platform to apply for neutron experiments in any European facility?
To submit a proposal for neutron scattering experiments can be a long procedure. Thanks to NMI3 support, a group is working on an Integrated User Access to make this procedure easier to both users and facilities.
The European Commission congratulates the NMI3’s progress
The European Commission (EC) has reviewed the first two years of NMI3 activities and is rather impressed and happy with the project’s developments!
European press officers meet at MLZ to continue a fruitful collaboration
European Neutron and Muon press officers and PRs met on April 9 at MLZ. European neutron and muon science may benefit from this collaboration, as together we can reach out to a broader public.
Learn about the history of neutron scattering on Neutronsources.org
The new History pages on Neutronsources.org are now online.
The 2014 Fan du LLB School – dates announced
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).
Postdoc Position at the Laboratoire Léon‐Brillouin
With NMI3 support through the Advanced Neutron Tools for Soft and Bio Materials JRA.
New links to Educational Resources
We have got new links to the NaMES schools lecture material on our website!