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- News,Health,Chemistry,Industry - Pharmaceuticals,Scientific news,D16

A recently published study uses neutron and X-ray scattering to deepen our understanding of freeze-drying protein stabilisation processes, widely used in biopharmaceutical applications. The results obtained for a protein relevant for pharmaceutical…

- Highlights,Industry - Agriculture & Food,Press releases,Scientific news,D22

A recently published study uses neutron scattering to shed light on texturisation - the black box for plant-based meat analogues - through in-situ real-time observations of the process. The challenge is increasingly relevant for the food industry as…

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Small-angle scattering experiments for liquid foam characterisation have been experiencing renewed interest in recent years, with novel developments in both measuring cells and analysis formalism. There is work to do in making sure that the foam…

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

A study now published in Nature Communications brings remarkable insights into the enigmatic behaviour of supercritical fluids, a hybrid state of matter occupying a unique space between liquids and gases, and arising in domains ranging from 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. Details of an important step forward have just been published in the journal Energy and Environmental Science.

- Scientific news,IN6-Sharp

The original instrument SHARP (Spectromètre Hybride Alpes Région Parisienne, former IN6) becomes SHARPER (Spectromètre Hybride Alpes Région Parisienne Etendu en Résolution).

- Advanced materials,Chemistry,Press releases,Scientific news,IN5,IN11,Austria

Using neutron spectroscopy data taken at ILL, researchers achieved a novel understanding of molecular movement at the nanoscale, providing new insights that may impact the design of future materials and technologies. The study has just been published…

- General news,Scientific news,SAM,France

The first test measurements on the new instrument SAM at the ILL have been performed. SAM is the new small-angle neutron scattering instrument developed by LLB in collaboration with ILL (a so-called collaboration research group instrument, CRG). The…

- Biology Health,Chemistry,Scientific news,D11,IN15,IN16B,Germany,Sweden,Switzerland

The goal of this study was to complete the mapping of the dynamics of the well-known protein Hsp90 by studying the 5-500 ns timescale using a combination of state-of-the-art complementary techniques, and to take the first steps towards understanding…

- Energy,Scientific news,D16,Austria,Germany

The global need to transition to a sustainable and clean energy future has brought hydrogen to the forefront as a promising clean energy carrier. Efficient and safe storage is a key challenge and hydrogen storage in activated carbons is a promising…