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  • 18.05.2016
    Reversed symmetry

    Transporting electricity without losses is the promise of superconducting materials. Two research teams have studied the new class of iron-based superconductors at the instrument PUMA of the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz centre and independently came to the same surprising result: The superconducting Cooper pairs change their symmetry.

  • 13.05.2016
    Better

    An international research team has discovered the mechanism by which a pharmaceutical excipient from the class of block copolymers improves the solubility of large quantities of a poorly water-soluble active substance. The results form the basis for the development of a drug delivery system better tolerated by the human body.

Events

Conference

11. International Conference on Polarised Neutrons for Condensed Matter Investigations 2016 (PNCMI 2016)

04.07.2016 - 07.07.2016  

Conference

Neutrons for Energy

18.07.2016 - 21.07.2016  

Conference

50 Years of Neutron Backscattering Spectroscopy

02.09.2016 - 03.09.2016  

09 - 17:00 h

School

20th JCNS Laboratory Course - Neutron Scattering 2016

05.09.2016 - 16.09.2016  

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Annual Report 2015 available!

Enjoy the Joint Annual Report 2015 of the MLZ and FRM II, which is now available in printed and digital form.

In addition to carefully selected scientific highlights of our users as well as news of the instrument and service groups, the User Office, the reactor operation and public relations, there are special contributions about the manufacturing of the beam plug SR5 and the construction of the new central buildings. Feedback and suggestions for future annual reports are welcome at any time.

NEWS 15 ready for download

The new newsletter is available and waits for readers!

This time, the feature introduces the possibilities of small angle neutron scattering at the MLZ and we observe the opening of the primary cell.

MLZ is a cooperation between:

Technische Universität München> Technische Universität MünchenHelmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht> Helmholtz-Zentrum GeesthachtForschungszentrum Jülich> Forschungszentrum Jülich