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Detecting Membrane Changes Using Neutrons
Jülich, 28 November 2017 – Drugs can alter the structure of cell membranes. This in turn can affect their function and cause undesirable side effects. The structural changes in cell membranes caused by drugs have not yet been sufficiently investigated. Researchers from Jülich, Garching (near Munich), Georgia, and France now want to change this. They have developed a new neutron research method which enables deformations of the membranes to be detected faster and more easily than previous methods.
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Spring School Aufmacher
49th IFF Spring School - Physics of Life
The Spring School will provide an introduction to and an overview of current research topics in biophysics of living systems, with an emphasis on understanding biological structure, dynamics and function.
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Neutron Scattering (JCNS-1)

We investigate structure and dynamics of soft matter using neutrons, develop neutron scattering instruments and make them available to external researchers in the JCNS. More: Neutron Scattering (JCNS-1) …


Scattering Methods (JCNS-2)

We develop and use scattering techniques to understand the structural and magnetic order, fluctuations and excitations in magnetic systems and in highly correlated electron systems at the atomic level. More: Scattering Methods (JCNS-2) …


User Service

The Jülich Centre for Neutron Science JCNS offers access to dedicated neutron scattering instruments for users. Users can apply twice a year for beam time at instruments at MLZ, ILL and SNS. More

Reaktor FRM II


JCNS operates neutron instruments at the national and international leading sources MLZ, ILL and SNS under a common scientific objective.
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European Spallation Source (ESS)

Neutron scattering gives us unique insights into matter and is indispensable both for basic and application-oriented research. The world's most powerful neutron source is planned to go into operation in 2019, and Jülich will be part of it. More: European Spallation Source (ESS) …


High-Brilliance Neutron Source

The high-brilliance accelerator-based neutron source HBS represents a unique infrastructure for neutron analysis serving a multitude of scientifc disciplines. More: High-Brilliance Neutron Source …


Technical Services and Administration

Working hand in hand with science: Technical Services and Administration (PGI-JCNS-TA) develops innovative and tailor-made solutions for JCNS and other clients. More