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  • Hydrogen atom hidden and sought
    08.12.2016MLZ, GermanyHydrogen atom hidden and sought

    British scientists have elucidated the structure of a vital enzyme with the help of neutrons. This involved the presence of a hydrogen atom. Their results are now published in Nature Communications.

  • Why many polymers are so fragile: A new perspective
    08.12.2016LLB, FranceWhy many polymers are so fragile: A new perspective

    Scientists make a surprising discovery. The steepness of the temperature dependence (fragility) of the viscosity that is determined by chain relaxation follows the correlations at all molecular weights.

  • New 'Women in Science' video: Dr. Sultan Demirdis from JCNS-MLZ
    07.12.2016Forschungszentrum Jülich, JCNS, GermanyNew 'Women in Science' video: Dr. Sultan Demirdis from JCNS-MLZ

    Dr. Sultan Demirdis works in the field of neutron research at Forschungszentrum Jülich. In a video, she talks about how she became a neutron scientist and why she likes working at the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science.

  • 28.11.2016From: SasViewNew version of SasView
    New version of SasView

    The SasView Development Team is pleased to announce the release of SasView 4.0.1.

  • 28.11.2016From: MLZ, GermanyExperimentally proved: theory is correct
    Experimentally proved: theory is correct

    One week of beam time at the PUMA instrument have been enough for international research teams from Beijing and the USA to prove theoretical calculations experimentally. The results bring the global community of superconductors a good deal, because this small, but very important puzzle part has confirmed a theory.

  • 15.11.2016From: SINE2020What if neutron scattering uses the same type of detectors used to look into space?
    What if neutron scattering uses the same type of detectors used to look into space?

    A SINE2020 team is working on developing Resistive Plate Chambers for neutron detectors.

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