Even though NMI3-II is over now, you will still receive news from us for a while. We do suggest you however to keep an eye on Neutronsources.org and SINE2020.eu.
In our 34th e-newsletter Inside NMI3 you can find the following news:
- Big progress in the production of model biological membranes
- Two new videos:
- Step-by-step to a neutron experiment with bio matter
- A new pressure cell for SANS experiments up to 500 MPa
- Andreas Schreyer is the new director for science at ESS
- Job: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biochemistry at the ILL / SINE2020
- ISIS summer student scheme
We hope you enjoy your reading!
The NMI3 Coordination Team
Big progress in the production of model biological membranes
An NMI3 JRA has made significant progress in the production of biological membranes that can be used for structural and dynamic characterisations.
New video: Step-by-step to a neutron experiment with bio matter
Watch our new video where scientists explain us the steps taken before conducting a neutron experiment on biological samples.
New video: A new pressure cell for SANS experiments up to 500 MPa
In a new video you can learn of a new pressure cell that makes it easier to conduct SANS experiments at 500 MPa.
Andreas Schreyer is the new director for science at ESS
Opening the new year, Andreas Schreyer took over as the new Director for Science at the European Spallation Source.
Job: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biochemistry at the ILL / SINE2020
The deadline to apply for this position, funded through the SINE2020 Deuteration WP, is February 22. (Links to the SINE2020 website.)
ISIS summer student scheme
Take your opportunity to work on a research or development project within ISIS. The application deadline is the 20th February.