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Europe leans in to help establish Neutrons Canada

University executives from across Canada met with Canada’s Chief Science Advisor Mona Nemer and other neutron science stakeholders—including from LENS, ESS and ILL—in Ottawa on 29 January to discuss how to establish a new, pan-Canadian, university-led organisation for materials research with neutron beams.

With close of research reactors, landscape is shifting for Europe’s world-leading neutron science community

Three neutron science research reactors in Europe have ceased operations in 2019. The League of advanced European Neutron Sources, LENS, and the European Neutron Scattering Association, ENSA, warn of a “neutron gap” that could impact scientific research across multiple fields in physics, materials science, chemistry, biology, medical science and engineering.

PSI hosts meeting of the LENS WG on neutron technology development

LENS WG on neutron technology development works toward priority actions at PSI 3 OCT 2019 VILLIGEN—On October 1-2 the Laboratory of Neutron and Muon Instrumentation (LIN) at the Paul Scherrer Insitut (PSI) hosted the first meeting of the working group on Synergies in Technology Development and Operation of the League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS). …

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LENS launches activities to strengthen European neutron science

LENS launches activities to strengthen European neutron science 26 March 2019 Members of a strategic consortium of neutron research facilities in Europe, the League of advanced European Neutron Sources (LENS), officially launched activities to promote collaboration on neutron usage, technology development, innovation, data, education, and strategies. By aligning policies among its partners, LENS will advocate …

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