Access For Australian Researchers To Advanced Neutron Beam Techniques

Grant number: LE0882725 | Funding period: 2008 - 2012

Completed

Abstract

The major national benefit will be access, by peer review, to the 35 specialised instruments at the world's leading pulsed Neutron and Muon source, ISIS. This complements the access to the eight neutron instruments that will operate at the Australian Reactor OPAL. This will support (or enable) high quality research into areas as diverse as materials development, mineral processing and aspects of biological and medical science. It will facilitate international collaborations that are important for both research and post-graduate student training.

Researchers