In our 15th Inside NMI3 e-newsletter you can find news on:
- The Muon world: Muonsources.org and the 2014 Yamazaki Prize winner
- NMI3 schools: new video, call for registration, and new teaching material
- European User Office Meeting 2014
- Women in Science
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
An exciting new web portal for the muon community
Muonsources.org is now live.
2014 Yamazaki Prize to Professor Roberto De Renzi
The winner of the 2014 Yamazaki Prize for muon science is Professor Roberto De Renzi.
The Baltic Neutron School – conversations with participants
Thanks to NMI3 27 participants could learn about neutron scattering at the Baltic Neutron School in Tartu, Estonia. Get to know about their experience by watching our video and article!
Coming soon: International school “Crystallography and Neutrons”
The international school on “Crystallography and Neutrons” will be held in Oléron (France) from 21 to 24th September 2014. The school is supported by NMI3. There is still time to register (deadline: June 30).
New link on our educational resources
The presentations given at the ISIS Muon School 2014 are now online.
European User Office Meeting 2014
The meeting is a first discussion forum of European User Offices. It will become an opportunity to know each facility workflows and achievements as well as common worries and future developments.
Helen Maynard-Casely – new profile on Women in Science
Helen is an instrument Scientist at the Bragg Institute in ANSTO, Australia. She also contributes to a the blog Conversation, and is the instigator of Crystal365. You can now read our interview with her.
More Women in science – new links!
You can now learn about the work of Helen Maynard-Casely and Vanessa Peterson, who are both successful instrument scientists in the Bragg Institute in ANSTO.