By means of neutron scattering, the crystallographic structure of a novel material with amazing phenomena at low temperatures was unraveled.
Neutrons will contribute to optimizing energy storage systems for future electric cars.
By using neutron scattering experiments, researchers expect to have observed the typical characteristics of a phase transition based on the Higgs mechanism.
Neutron experiments explain how protein-polymer hybrids work.
Neutrons reveal how the oxygen-transporting protein adapts to the body temperature of different species.
The world’s strongest neutron beam is produced by the scientific instrument PGAA at the FRM II. But that is not all: During the long maintenance break in 2011, the PGAA (Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis) was improved to give it the best ratio between usable neutrons and noisy...
The German Federal Ministry of Health has awarded more than one million euros in research and development funding for the efficient production of an important cancer diagnostic agent at the research neutron source FRM II.
Researchers at the TUM have developed a new treatment method based on the Terbium-161 radionuclide to treat smaller tumors and metastases in a more targeted way. The nuclide was produced at the FRM II.
Professor Heinz Maier-Leibnitz would have turned 100 years on March 28th 2011. To celebrate his birthday, the FRM II honours the great physicist and co-founder of the physics department at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM) by organizing a colloquium.
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will fund the scientific use of the neutron source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II) by German and international researchers to the tune of 198 million euro over the next ten years. The Helmholtz Centers Jülich, Berlin and...