Sixteen instrument concepts were presented from laboratories around Europe to an audience of 130 peers at the IKON5 meeting, held last week in Lund. The instruments presented have been developed to...
There is still time to apply for funding regarding an ESS Science Symposium.
The ESS Science Symposium on Neutron Scattering at Extreme Conditions held at the University of Edinburgh attracted 55 participants from Europe, Asia and North America.
For the third year in a row, scientists gathered to discuss the scientific possibilities of ESS at the "Science and Scientists at ESS" meeting.
What science will you be pursuing tomorrow? What do you need from ESS in order to realize your scientific vision? You are invited to apply for funding from ESS to organize an ESS Science Symposium.
For the second year in a row, ESS opens a call for proposals of instrument concepts to be built at ESS.
How can neutrons help life scientists to understand the blood clotting cascade better, or answer the question whether lipid rafts exist or not? And can we see through the nanowire forest with...
This ESS Science Symposium will bring together current and future users of neutron techniques in the biomedical sciences to discuss common challenges and future opportunities at ESS.
Structural biology using neutrons is a small but growing area, which will be much benefitted by the high neutron flux and dedicated support facilities of ESS.
This year's Science and Scientists at ESS will be held on Monday July 8, 2013, as a satellite to the International Conference on Neutron Scattering (ICNS) in Edinburgh.