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Time: Thu 2019-10-24 10.00 Location: sal F3, Lindstedtsvägen 26, Stockholm (English) Type of event: Public defences of doctoral theses
Promoting sustainable agriculture in Europe: An EU-funded study explores the dos and don’ts of multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs).
Europe's leading marine research stations are opening their doors to researchers and PhD students from industry, policy and academia to carry out research at their facilities, work with leading experts, use state-of-the-art technologies, and gain new experiences.
A team at Delft University of Technology have used their expertise on Larmor Labelling applications to recommend compact instrumentation that could be developed for the European Spallation Source currently being built in Sweden.
Researchers at Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland have developed a 2D position sensitive neutron detector that could provide an alternative to helium-3 detectors.
New equipment has been developed at ISIS Neutron and Muon Source to enable in-situ and RF measurements to be made on liquids using µSR techniques. The equipment is already available on the user programme.
A team at ISIS Neutron and Muon Source have been cooling furnaces fast as part of the SINE2020 project. They have reduced the cooling time by a factor of 6 which will save precious beamtime!
Can you attract financiers to invest in your fashion-tech or sustainable tourism idea? Are you looking for seed financing or the first financing round of your early stage venture?
A team of researchers from the Institute Laue-Langevin (France), ISIS Neutron and Muon Source (UK) and ICMA (Spain) have looked at three sample evironments for neutron techniques to try and improve their signal-to-background ratio for the SINE2020 project.
A research team from Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland have improved a pressure cell for μSR experiments that can now reach pressure 1.5 times greater than previously possible.