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European researchers are developing a device that stores and uses solar energy to provide both hot water and mechanical ventilation for multifamily houses. Moreover, an app linked to the machine monitors the users’ energy consumption.
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A major challenge in the automotive industry is to produce a single, integrated drivetrain to work on different classes of hybrid and electric cars and thus meet the growing trend for greater sustainability.
Marialucia Longo and Tobias Schrader at the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) based at FRM II in Garching, Germany have been designing and testing a crystallization chamber to grow large protein crystals.
On 26 June 2019, the ARCHIVER team will present the benefits and process for becoming an Early Adopter. You are all invited to join the webinar and ask any kind of question in order to submit your expression of interest!
The transition to a bio-based economy starts by raising already young children’s awareness. Activities which take technology and chemistry of bio-based materials in the schools make children curious and help them understand better such an important yet complex topic. An example is the Bio-based plastic Street, a fun and interactive way to show children to how to make their own bio-based plastic.
About 25 participants joined us at the Aragon Materials Science Institute, ICMA (CSIC – University of Zaragoza) for SINE2020’s Neutrons for the Biotech Industry event where they found out about how neutrons can help companies and scientific research.
For the final SINE2020 General Assembly our Spanish partner ESS-Bilbao were our hosts from 27-29th May 2019. Scientists from all 10 Work Packages gathered to discuss their progress, their achievements and of course their plans for the last four months and beyond.
40 participants from all over Europe who work on, or in close association with, the Data Treatment software work package of the SINE2020 project gathered at the European Spallation Source in Lund, Sweden. This workshop was the fourth in a series of workshops that have been held during SINE2020.
SYnchrotron and NEutron Research Go Industrial: SYNERGI is a one-day event that gives industrial companies an insight into neutron and synchrotron characterisation techniques for R&D, introducing techniques that allow materials and device investigation far beyond conventional laboratory capabilities.