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CERIC offers a free, multidisciplinary open access service for users selected on quality by international competition, offering complementary analytical and modification techniques for nano-level science and technology.

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CERIC is an innovation ecosystem for industry, offering services and technologies, technical and scientific knowledge and skills, and strong industry expertise, with a strategic outlook in nanotech.

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CERIC is a trading post for Research, Education and Industry, driving innovation in Europe, and responding to multiple challenges by attracting the best capabilities at world level.

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ERIC Forum Meeting | 05 - 06 February 2020 | Brussels, Belgium

5th - 6th February 2020 Brussels, Belgium

ACCELERATE Annual Meeting 2020

25th - 26th March 2020 Hamburg, Germany
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If you missed the workshop on In-Kind Contributions in the life of an ERIC, you can read now speakers’ presentations here►

The event was designed to consider both aspects of IKCs from the organization receiving it & from the organization providing it.

Tuesday the 20th of January, Luca Petaccia will be interviewed (in Italian) at the RAI-FVG's RADAR radio show, about the research published on @nature which he co-authored.

From 11:20 AM you can follow the live streaming from the following link:

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CERIC-ERIC is a multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure open for basic and applied users in the fields of Materials, Biomaterials and Nanotechnology. With a single entry point to excellent facilities in Central and Eastern Europe, it allows structural investigation, analysis and synthesis of materials, using photon, electron, neutron and ion based techniques. It enables the delivery of innovative solutions to societal challenges in the fields of energy, health, food, cultural heritage and more.

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CERIC-ERIC presentation


PaNOSC annual meeting


Interview with PaNOSC computational physicist Aljosa Hafner, on the use and benefits of the EOSC

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