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10.11.2011

Members of the Green party in Munich visit the FRM II

For the first time, members of the Green Party “Bündnis 90 – Die Grünen” visited the neutron source on Tuesday, November 8th.

green party members green party members The members of the green party glancing at the instruments in the neutron guide hall west.

The members of the green party glancing at the instruments in the neutron guide hall west.

Professor Dr. Winfried Petry gave an introductory presentation, after which the three directors of the FRM II guided the 13 visitors at the neutron source. The two members of the Munich city council, their colleagues in the party and their staff learned, that neutrons are important tools in material science and are used in the refining of the semi-conductor silicon. The members of the city council, Jutta Koller and Sabine Krieger, as well as the member of the board of directors of the Munich Green party, Sebastian Weisenburger, got a direct insight in the reactor pool, when visiting the reactor hall.

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