Students attending the European Conference
on Neutron Scattering (ECNS) in St Petersburg who are presenting either an oral or poster presentation containing work completed at the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source were able to claim for up to £1000 to help with travel, registration and accommodation expenses.
Each successful applicant has written up their work as a science highlight for our website. Follow the links in the article titles to read the science highlight.
A new class of low surface energy anionic surfactant for enhanced oil recovery (EOR), Sajad Kiani, Swansea University
Probing interactions of nanomaterials containing different pore dimensions and geometries with gases using neutron scattering, Huan Doan, University of Bristol
Neutrons for Organic Solar Energy Technologies, Rachel Kilbride, University of Sheffield
Understanding the most popular conducting polymer, Gabriel Perez Garcia, University of Sheffield
Neutron Power: finding useful oxygen atoms and ions, Mudasir Yatoo, Imperial College London
Structural study of ‘smart’ nanogels at the
air/water interface, Pengfei Liu, Queen Mary, University of London