- News,General news,European news

Following the recent articles in Le Monde and Le Point, the importance of neutrons for science & innovation is now highlight in CNRS news. World-class research needs new neutron sources. Their success however depends on the vibrant community…

- News,General news,Switzerland

Today we welcomed Prof. Martina Hirayama, Swiss State Secretary for Education, Research and Innovation for the signing of the agreement to renew Switzerland’s participation in the ILL from 2024.

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Curium just announced an agreement that adds ILL to their global irradiation portfolio to ensure continuous supply of Lutetium-177 to benefit more than 100 000 cancer patients over the next five years

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The CEA organized its scientific council in Grenoble on May 29 and 30, 2024 on the theme of neutron scattering, under the chairmanship of the High Commissioner for Atomic Energy Vincent Berger. The scientific council visited the ILL on May 29.

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On May 28-29, the 4th annual conference of BATTERY 2030+ gathered over 300 participants in Grenoble for two days of great presentations, discussions and networking opportunities on many different facets of battery research in Europe and beyond.

- Chemistry,Scientific news,IN6-Sharp,France,Italy,Switzerland,United Kingdom

A study now published in Nature Communications brings remarkable insights into the enigmatic behavior of supercritical fluids, a hybrid state of matter occupying a unique space between liquids and gases, and arising in domains that go from the…

- Industry - Pharmaceuticals,General news,France,Switzerland

The Swiss company NOVARTIS announced at the Choose France Summit the desire to establish a partnership with the ILL, already a partner of other pharmaceutical companies in radioisotope production for cancer treatment and research. This is part of the…

- News,Energy,Scientific news,D50-NeXT,Austria,France

It is common knowledge that batteries degrade with usage. Exactly how this happens and how could it be mitigated is cutting-edge research. An important step forward has just been published in the journal Energy and Environmental Science.

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The second 2024 reactor cycle at ILL started today, 14 May. It will last 56 days, until 9 July, at a power of 47.2 MW.

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The UK Neutron and Muon Science and User Meeting (NMSUM) took place at Warwick University in April attracting over 300 participants. At ILL we look forward to the next NMSUM in 2025 and other user meetings across Europe before then.