In the last Inside NMI3 e-newsletter of 2014 you can find the following news:
- Muons help understand mechanism behind hydrogen storage
- Biosensors will benefit from new method to produce membranes
- The 18th JCNS Laboratory Course Neutron Scattering
- Educational Resources – new link!
- The new Chairman of ENSA
- Job vacancies at ESS and ISIS
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
Muons help understand mechanism behind hydrogen storage
Contrarily to what was previously thought, hydrogenation could be more effective at low temperatures.
Biosensors will benefit from new method to produce membranes
NMI3 collaboration has taken a significant step in the production of biological membranes.
The 18th JCNS Laboratory Course Neutron Scattering
Reiner Zorn tells us about the 2014 JCNS lab course, what it offers, his defeat in the soccer match and next year’s dates.
Educational Resources – new link!
We’ve got a new link on our Educational Resources page. The multimedia encyclopaedia ‘Exploring matter with neutrons’ was published in English and French in 2004/2005 in the form of a CD-ROM. It is now in the public domain and free of charge.
Christiane Alba-Simionesco is the new Chairman of ENSA
The Director of the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin is the new Chairman of the European Neutron Scattering Association.
The ESS is looking for a Director for Neutron Scattering Facilities
Last application date to the European Spallation Source is the 17th of January.
Job vacancies at ISIS
Several positions available at the ISIS neutron and muon sources.