Don't miss the upcoming series of Accelerate 2020 webinars where ESS experts talk about the state-of-the-art neutron methods that will be available at ESS, and the value this will provide to both industry & academia.
There will be four webinars exploring four distinct topics. (Note: all webinars will be made available on this page afterwards if you do not manage to attend.)
14th October, 2020: Neutrons: A Natural Tool for Industrial Research – Dr. Andrew Jackson
This talk will give an overview of why we choose to study materials with neutrons, how we generate neutron beams, and what types of measurements are possible. Examples of applications from a broad spectrum of industrial research will be presented, with a view to both giving an opportunity for discussion and as an introduction to the rest of the seminars in the series.
4th November, 2020: Nanoscale to Microscale Structural Analysis with Neutrons – Dr. Judith Houston
This talk will include numerous examples from the literature aiming to highlight the versatility of neutron scattering for industrial applications, from understanding the structure of food or packaging to demonstrating the flexibility of neutrons to study processing techniques.
Read Judith Houston's biography.
11th November, 2020: Neutron protein crystallography reveals molecular details of inhibitor binding to clinical targets – Dr. Zöe Fisher
Combining the unique information from neutron crystallography with high resolution X-ray crystallography, it is then possible to obtain a complete and accurate view of the interactions that drive ligand binding. This talk will include examples from the literature on where this strategy was employed to investigate novel compounds binding to a cancer metastasis marker, and clinically used protease inhibitors to HIV protease.
Read Zöe Fisher's biography.
25th November, 2020: Non-destructive testing with neutrons: Revealing (micro-) structural properties and providing unique contrast inside large samples and assembled components - Dr. Robin Woracek
This presentation will summarise the most important neutron characterisation tools for the study of engineering materials and components, and beyond that will aim to spark ideas on how neutrons can help to solve open questions and problems that you are currently facing in your industry.
Read Robin Woracek's biography.