• 25.06.2017 - 30.06.2017From: ISIS MuonsHighlights of the 14th International Conference on Muon Spin Rotation, Relaxation and Resonance (µSR2017)
  • 24.01.2017From: SINE2020High pressure research using muons at PSI
    High pressure research using muons at PSI

    As part of the SINE2020 Sample Environment activities, a team at the Paul Scherrer Institute published a review of high pressure µSR experiments.

  • 22.06.2016From: LLBMagnetic ground state and spin fluctuations in MnGe chiral magnet as studied by muon spin rotation
    Magnetic ground state and spin fluctuations in MnGe chiral magnet as studied by muon spin rotation

    Scientists have studied by muon spin resonance the helical ground state and fluctuating chiral phase recently observed in the MnGe chiral magnet.

  • 27.10.2015From: NMI3Superconductivity can promote magnetization, paving the way to energy-efficient supercomputers
    Superconductivity can promote magnetization, paving the way to energy-efficient supercomputers

    Researchers obtained surprising results when using muons to investigate the relation between superconductivity and magnetization.

  • 21.09.2015From: SµS, Swiss Muon Source (PSI)Tiny magnets mimic steam, water and ice
    Tiny magnets mimic steam, water and ice

    Researchers at PSI created a synthetic material out of 1 billion tiny magnets. Astonishingly, it now appears that its magnetic properties change with the temperature, so that it can take on different states.

  • 06.08.2015From: NMI3Magnets made of non-magnetic metals
    Magnets made of non-magnetic metals

    Muons were essential to show how non-magnetic metals become magnetic. The results of the experiments at PSI were published in Nature.

  • 14.11.2014From: NMI3Muons help understand mechanism behind hydrogen storage
    Muons help understand mechanism behind hydrogen storage

    Contrarily to what was previously thought, hydrogenation could be more effective at low temperatures.

  • 24.10.2014From: SµS, Swiss Muon Source (PSI)Strange bedfellows
    Strange bedfellows

    LMU chemists have synthesized a ferromagnetic superconducting compound that is amenable to chemical modification, opening the route to detailed studies of this rare combination of physical properties.

  • 17.09.2012From: ISIS MuonsFrontiers of muon spectroscopy – symposium and user meeting
    Frontiers of muon spectroscopy – symposium and user meeting

    A symposium discussing current research with muons across various disciplines, held at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. The meeting was held in recognition of 25 years of muon science at ISIS and to mark the recent retirement of Steve Cox. Proceedings of the meeting will be available in Physica Scripta.

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