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  • 18.04.2024
    Efficient iron scavengers

    The cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus is the smallest and most abundant photosynthetic organism in the world. It has found a particularly efficient way to absorb and store vital iron. Using neutron, X-ray, and synchrotron experiments, an international team of researchers has visualized the molecular mechanism for the first time.

  • 25.03.2024
    Milk from green leaves

    Milk alternatives made from sugar beet leaves – this is the vision of a Jülich research team. They have examined milk proteins and other components in cheese, yoghurt, cow’s milk and oat milk using X-rays and neutrons to find out what the structure of the products and individual components must be like in order for them to be stable, appealing and nutritious.

  • 12.03.2024
    Exchange with Garching city council

    14 members of all political groups of the Garching City Council and three city employees recently visited the TUM’s Research Neutron Source together with Mayor Dr. Dietmar Gruchmann. Lectures, a tour of the reactor and a snack afterwards provided plenty of opportunity for discussion.

Events

Seminar: Neutrons in Research and Industry

Increased efficiency of electrical steel by targeted residual stress

22.04.2024  

14:30 - 15:30 h

Seminar: Neutrons in Research and Industry

Vanadium-based oxides as versatile electrode materials for metal-ion batteries

29.04.2024  

14:30 - 15:30 h

DEVA-Gisans Workshop

03.06.2024  

10:00 - 17:00 h

Conference

MLZ Conference 2024: Neutrons for Energy Storage

04.06.2024 - 07.06.2024  

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MLZ Newsletter I/2024

The latest MLZ Newsletter is available!

This time we introduce a new self-appointed “editor-in-chief”, give updates on the FRM II reactor, and accompany an instrument on its first business trip.

From Behind The Sciences

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Technische Universität München> Technische Universität MünchenHelmholtz-Zentrum Hereon> Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon
Forschungszentrum Jülich> Forschungszentrum Jülich

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