"The world's brightest pulsed neutron and muon source located at the UK Rutherford Appleton Laboratory," ISIS "supports an international community of around 1600 scientists who use neutrons and muons for research in physics, chemistry, materials science, geology, engineering, and biology." Researchers can find detailed accounts of scientific advances from annual reports. Students can discover the characteristics of pulsed source, achievements of neutron scattering, and the details of a material world. The vibrant website presents the current and archived news, details of the ISIS instrumentation, the accelerator, and the target.
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