In our 19th Inside NMI3 e-newsletter you can find news on:
- The hearing of the Kawingasaurus fossilis
- First meeting of European User Offices
- Second Industry Advisory Board meeting
- School date: FullProf and Fan du LLB
- Women in Science
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
Looking millions of years back with neutrons: the hearing of the Kawingasaurus fossilis
Let’s travel back in time and imagine how life on earth was before the biggest mass extinction. Thanks to NMI3 a scientist used neutrons to investigate the mechanisms through which the K. fossilis could hear.
Members of European User Offices met for the first time
This first discussion forum of European User Offices was held on November 3-4 at the ALBA Synchrotron as an opportunity to share experiences.
Second Industry Advisory Board meeting
Research Infrastructure sites: Added value for local, national and international eco-systems? On Nov 19-21 in Athens, the IAB meeting will concentrate on the necessary boundary conditions for a successful industrial user relationship.
Dates announced for the ILL FullProf School
Thanks to NMI3 support, scientists will learn to use FullProf at the Institute Laue-Langevin from 2 to 6 March 2015.
Change of dates for Fan du LLB
The Fan du LLB school at the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin will take place on March 2 – 5, 2015.
New profile on Women in Science: Pascale Deen
Pascale Deen is an Instrument Scientist at the European Spallation Source and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute. She told us the steps she took on the neutron scattering field and how she conciliates her professional and personal lives.
Women in Science – new link
The International Year of Light 2015, a global initiative adopted by the United Nations, has a page that will provide links to international programmes encouraging women in science, and special actions taking place in 2015.
Follow @NeutronSources on Twitter!
Neutronsources.org is now on Twitter. You can now easily learn about all news and updates from the world's neutron sources by following @NeutronSources.