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Welcome to the

Institut Laue-Langevin

The world leader in neutron science and technology

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The Institut Laue-Langevin is an international research centre based in Grenoble, France.

At the leading edge of neutron science and technology, it operates one of the most intense neutron sources in the world. [more]


New site entrance

The site entrance is now located at 71 avenue des Martyrs. See interactive map of the site below, and more information here.


ILL general presentation film


The epn science campus

 

                 

The European Photon and Neutron science campus in Grenoble hosts ILL, ESRF, EMBL and UVHCI.


GIANT innovation campus

ILL is one of the founders of the Grenoble 'GIANT' innovation campus. See more information on

www.giant-grenoble.org


European collaborations

  • ILL is a member of EIROforum, a collaboration between eight European intergovernmental scientific research organisations.
  • ILL coordinates the NMI3 network, the Integrated Infrastructure Initiative for Neutron Scattering and Muon Spectroscopy
  • ILL is a member of CRISP, the Cluster of Research Infrastructures for Synergies in Physics



New brochure on 'Neutrons and health'

ILL has just produced a new brochure called "Neutrons and Health" - a review of ILL research with applications in medicine.
A pdf version is available here.



ILL virtual tour

A virtual tour of the ILL is available.

For a real visit to the ILL, and to meet our scientists, please see here.



The ILL modernisation programme (2001-2014)

In order to keep the ILL at the forefront of neutron science and to provide the best possible experimental facilities and support to its European users over the next two decades, the ILL is modernising its infrastructure and instrument suite.

85 M€ are invested to boost instrument efficiency.

The scientific results of the first phase are already impressive: the average detection rate of neutrons for all instruments was improved by a factor of 20!

[More on the modernisation programme here]