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08.12.2008 Delivery of Cyclops

The new fast CCD neutron Laue detector CYCLOPS was delivered on December 8th 2008. The preliminary tests with neutrons have shown excellent results. The Laue pattern shown in figure 2 of a standard ruby sample was obtained in...[more]


22.10.2008 Collaboration with Grenoble science university (UJF)

On 22 October, Grenoble's two Large-scale European instruments, the ILL and ESRF, signed an agreement with the Grenoble scientific university, Joseph Fourier University. [more].  [more]


25.09.2008 The Wolfram-Prandl-Prize for young scientists in neutron research

... has been awarded for the second time to an ILL scientist, Dr Michael Marek KOZA, for his  work on the structure and dynamics of amorphous ice phases.[more]