The environment in the Arctic region is now changing significantly due to increased temperature, thinning and decrease of the sea ice, melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet, thawing permafrost and changes in atmosphere and ocean circulation.
The SINE2020 Industry Consultancy initiative aims to strengthen cooperation between European Industry and neutron facilities by offering free test measurements and feasibility studies to companies from the EU. Funded by the European Union through H2020, SINE2020 offers free test neutron measurements to industrial companies based in Europe. Don't hesitate to contact our Industry Liaison Officer to learn how you can benefit from neutron experiments!
After the first call for industrial experiments, five companies will benefit from free neutron test measurements for their R&D activities. Would you like to use neutrons for advanced characterisation of your material or component, for free? You’re still in time!
Started in October 2015, the H2020 project SINE2020 will create an innovation-friendly environment around European neutron sources to tackle societal challenges by coupling research and innovation.
Analytical techniques, like provided at neutron sources, are the basis of understanding how materials and processes work and essential for innovation in a knowledge-based approach. The work package "Industry Consultancy" will strengthen cooperation between European industry and neutron facilities.
Friday 6th January, 2017 - Strasbourg-based European Science Foundation (ESF) today announced the launch of its new, expert services division, Science Connect, which will be dedicated to providing practical and interdisciplinary support services to the science community and science stakeholders in Europe.
Con la conferenza sul clima delle Nazioni Unite (ONU) in corso a Doha, in Qatar, fa notizia un nuovo metodo innovativo in grado di ridurre di oltre il 90 % le emissioni di biossido di carbonio (CO2) prodotte dale centrali elettriche. Il sistema, attualmente in fase di progetta...
Some 800 participants from 21 European countries and Israel attended the "First SME Technology Days" held in Brussels on 30 and 31 October 1996. Organized by DG XII (Science, research and development) of the European Commission, the aim of the event was to increase awareness a...