In the second Inside NMI3 e-newsletter of 2015 you can find the following news:
- Egyptian statuettes of Osiris
- Fostering collaboration between Industry and Research Infrastructures
- Dates announced for NMI3 Schools: Oxford, JCNS Lab Course, PSI and CETS
- BornAgain 1.0.0 released
- The 2015 Walter Hälg Prize
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
Egyptian statuettes of Osiris: production unveiled by neutrons and laser
A group of scientists from Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom applied an innovative approach to study Egyptian copper alloy figurines.
Fostering collaboration between Industry and Research Infrastructures
Representatives of major European Innovation and Technology Campuses met on November 19-21, 2014 in Athens for the second IAB meeting & Networking of Industrial Liaison Offices organised by NMI3 and CALIPSO.
The 14th Oxford School on Neutron Scattering is accepting applications
Thanks to NMI3, a number of European students can have their expenses covered to attend the school. You can apply until the 1st of May.
Dates announced for the 19th JCNS Laboratory Course
A realistic insight into the experimental techniques of neutron scattering. Apply by May 25!
Dates announced for the 2015 PSI summer school
Apply for a NMI3 grant to learn about Spectroscopy with Neutrons, Muons and Photons on the Swiss alps.
Dates announced for CETS 2015
You can apply for an NMI3 grant to learn about neutron techniques at the Central European Training School in Budapest.
BornAgain 1.0.0 released
BornAgain is a free and open-source software package to simulate and fit small-angle scattering at grazing-incidence.
The 2015 Walter Hälg Prize – call for nominations
European scientists as individuals or on behalf of a Division, Section or Group may submit nominations for the 2015 Walter Hälg Prize of ENSA.