Happy new year!
The first Inside NMI3 newsletter brings you the following news:
- Cholesterol levels affect our body’s capacity to receive medicines
- Neutrons reveal distribution of flux-tube islands
- Report on the HZG school 2015
- REMINDER: Call for proposals for funding of neutron and muon introductory schools
- SINE2020.eu is now online
- Proposal deadlines and Operating times on Neutronsources.org
Even though NMI3-II is going to finish in the end of this month, you will still hear from us for while, as there will be a number of publications coming up within the next few months. So this is not our last newsletter.
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
Cholesterol levels affect our body’s capacity to receive medicines
Researchers investigated how cholesterol levels influence drug delivery. The results vary depending on the type of drug tested.
Neutrons reveal distribution of flux-tube islands
Neutrons visualize vortex domains in superconductors. Experiments were funded by NMI3.
Report on the HZG school 2015
This year the school organised by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht counted with 61 participants from 9 different countries.
REMINDER: Call for proposals for funding of neutron and muon introductory schools
The deadline for applying for funding for Neutron or Muon Introductory Schools is January 24. The schools will be supported by the SINE2020 project.
SINE2020.eu is now online
The website of the neutron project SINE2020, world-class Science and Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020 is now online. Have a look to learn all about the project!
Proposal deadlines and Operating times
Did you know that Neutronsources.org offers a diagram with the deadlines for submission of proposals and the operating times of the world's neutron centres? Unfortunately we'll have to start posting fewer news about calls for proposals on nmi3.eu, but we'll try to keep the Neutronsources.org diagram up-to-date. Have a look!