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  • ICNS 2017 - Call for Abstracts
    13.01.2017ICNS 2017, KoreaICNS 2017 - Call for Abstracts

    The ICNS 2017 Online Submission System is now open.

  • Looking back on 2016: Another milestone in nuclear operations with over 300 days at full power for the second consecutive year
    13.01.2017ANSTO, AustraliaLooking back on 2016: Another milestone in nuclear operations with over 300 days at full power for the second consecutive year

    Australia’s state-of-the-art multi-purpose nuclear reactor has operated for more than 300 days at full power for a second consecutive year with over 99% reliability.

  • Master program for material scientists
    13.01.2017MLZ, GermanyMaster program for material scientists

    Students can now apply for the Master Program. The application deadlines are different for the country of origin: for non-EU students, they will end on 31 January 2017; EU students must apply until 28 February 2017. All those who …

  • 11.01.2017From: ILL, FranceEndurance

    The ILL is launching an open call for Expressions of Interest for new instrumentation as part of Phase 2 of the Endurance Upgrade Programme.

  • 11.01.2017From: ILL, FranceILL Call for proposals
    ILL Call for proposals

    The upcoming proposal submission deadline for neutron scattering experiments at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) is Tuesday, 14 February 2017.

  • 10.01.2017From: ISIS, UKHistorical Documentary: ISIS neutron and muon source
    Historical Documentary: ISIS neutron and muon source

    There’s a new link on our History pages. A film shows the early construction at the ISIS facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, in the UK. The film was made in the summer of 1985, in preparation for the official opening in October 1985 of the facility by Margaret Thatcher, the then Prime Minister.

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