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  • Quantum melting
    06.04.2014SINQ, PSI, SwitzerlandQuantum melting

    By performing neutron-scattering measurements, scientists could observe what happens during a quantum phase transition, and compare the “quantum melting” of the magnetic structure with the “thermal melting” phase transition.

  •  PSI-SINQ call for proposals II13
    03.04.2014NMI3 PSI-SINQ call for proposals II13

    Call for proposals for experiments at the Paul Scherrer Institute. NMI3 support is available to cover researchers’ expenses within Europe. The deadline for submission is May 15.

  • Notice to Lujan Center Neutron Scattering Users
    01.04.2014LANSCE, USANotice to Lujan Center Neutron Scattering Users

    LANSCE is disappointed by the decision of the US Department of Energy to cease their operational support of the Lujan Neutron Scattering Center in fiscal year 2015.

  • 31.03.2014From: LLB, FranceApplication of a Polarized Neutron Microbeam to the Investigation of a Magnetic Microstructure
    Application of a Polarized Neutron Microbeam to the Investigation of a Magnetic Microstructure

    The application of a neutron microbeam to the investigation of an internal magnetic microstructure has been demonstrated experimentally.

  • 25.03.2014From: NMI3Improving neutron scattering data quality: a multi-angle light scattering setup
    Improving neutron scattering data quality: a multi-angle light scattering setup

    In an experiment the sample might degrade and produce questionable results. In a video, researchers explain their work on a set up to control the sample quality along time.

  • 25.03.2014From: BNL, USADiffPy-CMI - new software suite for structure modeling from diffraction data
    DiffPy-CMI - new software suite for structure modeling from diffraction data

    The first public release of our DiffPy Complex Modeling Initiative (DiffPy-CMI) project has just been announced.

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