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  • 14.05.2024
    Using Neutrons for Solid-State Batteries

    Electrolytes in batteries are responsible for storing and releasing electricity by ensuring the exchange of ions between the anode and cathode. Solid-state electrolytes have been the subject of intensive research for some time now, as they could be a more stable and safer alternative to liquid electrolytes. With the help of neutrons, a group from Shanghai has gained important insights into the relationship between the lattice structure and ionic conductivity of such solid-state electrolytes.

  • 02.05.2024
    Ice-cold screening

    Have you ever thought about how strawberries for muesli are freeze-dried? How do you prevent the needles of pre-filled syringes from clogging up so that medication is not injected correctly? Or: How did dinosaurs breed? Dr. Michael Schulz’s “Science for Everyone” lecture at the Deutsches Museum provided answers – now also on YouTube.

  • 30.04.2024
    Machine Learning Conference: Innovations and Impulses in Garching

    From 8 to 10 April 2024, researchers met in Garching for the first “Machine Learning Conference for X-Ray and Neutron-Based Experiments”. The conference focussed on how AI systems can help analyze large amounts of data from experiments and provide new approaches.

Events

DEVA-Gisans Workshop

03.06.2024  

10:00 - 17:00 h

Seminar: Neutrons in Research and Industry

ICE-MAN, the Integrated Computational Environment-Modeling & Analysis for Neutrons at ORNL

03.06.2024  

14:30 - 15:30 h

Conference

MLZ Conference 2024: Neutrons for Energy Storage

04.06.2024 - 07.06.2024  

Public event

Café and cosmos (Café und Kosmos)

16.07.2024  

19:00 h

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Annual Report 2023 online!

Scientific highlights of the past year are: approaching the dream of nuclear fusion with positrons, analyzing potential rocks for CO2 storage and researching an alternative to cow’s milk, such as milk from sugar beet leaves. The annual report provides general facts and figures as well as information on the conversion of the FRM II to low-enriched uranium (LEU) and the latest instrument updates.

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

MLZ is a cooperation between:

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

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