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The SHARPER instrument at the ILL came online during the second 2024 reactor cycle, which run for 16 May to 9 June. SHARPER is a time-focusing time-of-flight spectrometer designed for quasi-elastic and inelastic scattering built and operated at the…

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An agreement has just been signed between the ILL and the ESS for ILL to manufacture the detector for the CSPEC instrument at the ESS.

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The PSB spotlight on “Neutrons in Biology” took place on 29 June 2024, gathering more than 50 participants from the four institutes of the EPN campus (European Photon and Neutron campus) in Grenoble.

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ILL researcher Alessandro Tengattini has just been awarded a research chair at the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF) to develop a five-year research project exploiting the combined neutrons and X-ray imaging capabilities of the NeXT instrument…

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The third and final meeting of the Science Strategy Working Group was held at the ILL on June 17 and 18.

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Over 100 scientists and industry experts gathered in Grenoble last week for the International Operando Battery Days (OBATT'24).
The event focused on exploring  new ways to analyse battery materials using cutting-edge tools and methods, both in-lab…

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

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

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Curium has 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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On 29 and 30 May 2024, the CEA organised a meeting of its Scientific Council in Grenoble 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…