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Scientific Users

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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Industry

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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Media & Public

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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During the #OpenAccessWeek, don't miss the chance to find out the wide CERIC offer for researchers, who can get #OpenAccess to more than 50 laboratories in 9 European countries! A tweet is too short to list them all....have a look yourself > https://t.co/A9QonqzI0w

Register now to the upcoming #ACCELERATE2020 event, which aims to bring together Academic #researchers & #Industry experts to share ideas, potential applications & foster collaborations in the newly emerging field of #MachineLearning & #VisualAnalytics ►https://t.co/jRvRzHuEYw.

About Us

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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23.11.2017

CERIC-ERIC presentation

17.9.2018

Interview with CERIC users Mitja Denac and Bor Kolar Bačnik

30.3.2018

CERIC interview with Dr. Max Burian