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A meeting of the “ILL strategy post 2023 working group” took place at the German Embassy in Paris on 12 and 13 September

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By Upward, the official magazine of the ISS National Lab

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A team from TU Vienna, INRIM Turin and ILL Grenoble has successfully built the first neutron interferometer from two separate crystals, aligned on nanoradian & picometre scales.

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Breakthrough in neutron physics: A team from TU Vienna, INRIM Turin and ILL Grenoble has succeeded for the first time in building a neutron interferometer from two separate crystals.

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On 6 and 7 July, a two-day Plenary Event brought together, for the first time in-person, the PhD students and the industrial and academic supervisors of InnovaXN, an EU-funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie doctoral training programme. The programme has 38…

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Quantum Mechanics is a strange theory. Richard Feynman said “I think it is safe to say nobody understands quantum mechanics”. So why is it so popular if nobody understands it? How is this the basis for all of our physical knowledge of particles and…

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