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- Chemistry,Industry - Consumer Goods & Chemicals,Scientific news,D19,Japan,France,USA

Neutrons throw light on an important manufacturing process in the textile industry.

- Nuclear and Particle physics,Press releases,Scientific news,STEREO,France,Germany

The collaboration Stereo has found no proof that the sterile neutrino exists after six years of experimentation. Their conclusion will impact numerous branches of physics, with their study published on 12 January in Nature.

- Advanced materials,Scientific news,IN1 TAS/Lagrange,IN5,IN6-Sharp,IN11,France,United Kingdom

Neutron spectroscopy provides a range of tools to study the structural dynamics of semiconducting organic materials for novel solar cells with improved power conversion efficiency.

- News,Advanced materials,Magnetism,Scientific news,IN8,France,Germany,United Kingdom

Only by using neutron instruments from across the globe, have researchers been able to characterise the magnetism of a graphene-like material.

- News,Nuclear and Particle physics,Scientific news,PF1B,Switzerland

An international research team has succeeded in significantly narrowing the scope for the existence of dark matter, with the use of a precision experiment developed at the University of Bern, and carried out at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL).

- News,Industry,Soft matter,European news

Samuel Winnall and Wenke Müller are currently carrying out their PhDs as part of the InnovaXN programme. While Samuel specialises in reflectometry and molecular dynamics simulations, Wenke specialises in small-angle scattering, and is focused on…

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This week the European neutron research community gather in Lund, Sweden, to share and discuss the latest progress in neutron research within areas such as life sciences, the environment, smart materials and energy solutions. For the first time, the…

- News,Nuclear and Particle physics,General news,PF2,S18,Austria