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How Do Neutron Detectors Work?

22nd Mar, 2021

The detection of a neutron requires indirect methods due to the fact that this subatomic particle is neither negatively nor positively charged. Neutrons do not ionize and do not interact directly with electrons in way like electromagnetic radiation does, for example X-rays. When neutrons hit a target material they interact in such a way that…

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Tibidabo Scientific Industries Strengthens its Core Executive Team with John LaViola

16th Feb, 2021

  Parent Company of Photonic Science and Engineering; Tibidabo Scientific Industries Strengthens its Core Executive Team with the Appointment of Industry Veteran, John LaViola as Chief Technology Officer and Head of Business Development.   Dublin, Ireland, 16 February, 2021 – Tibidabo Scientific Industries Ltd (“Tibidabo Scientific”), a global leader and supplier of highly differentiated technology…

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Youngest-ever laureate, Lawrence Bragg (1890-1971)

11th Feb, 2021

  Youngest-ever laureate, Lawrence Bragg (1890-1971), at 25 shared the Nobel Prize in Physics together with his father for findings that created the new science of X-ray crystallography, making it possible to determine molecular structures from the crystal form of a compound.   Bragg also had a lifelong interest in gardening, and when he moved…

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Hyperspectral imaging is an emerging non-ionizing technique for medical applications

1st Feb, 2021

Hyperspectral imaging is an emerging imaging and non-ionizing modality for medical applications, especially in image-guided surgery and disease diagnostics. Colour cameras capture 2 dimensional and spectral information mixed over three fundamental spectral channels: i.e. Red Green and Blue. This three-dimensional data set is a precursor of a hypercube with two spatial dimensions and one spectral…

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Industrial Laue System for Crystal Orientation

15th Jan, 2021

Industrial Laue Systems Single-crystal materials play an important role in mass manufacturing products such as lasers and turbine blades. They play a crucial role in industrial applications requiring radio frequency GaAs substrates, CdTe radiation detectors, laser emitters, piezo sensors, InSb Mid Wave Infra-Red detectors, or synthetic diamond substrates for new quantum detectors. The fields of…

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Events

APS March Meeting 2024

Venue: Minneapolis Convention Center

Location: Minneapolis

Date: 25-28 March 2024

Stand: 1633


British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting 2024

Venue: University of Leeds

Location: Leeds, United Kingdom

Date: 25-28 March 2024

Stand: 5


ESRF User Meeting 2024

Venue: The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility

Location: Grenoble, France

Date: 5-7 Feb 2024


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