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Watch the ACCELERATE webinars on innovation

In the frame of ACCELERATE, monthly online webinars have been held, in which the key aspects of Innovation, Industrial Liaison and Technology Transfer have been presented by experts, and discussed with the participants. Follow the links below to watch the webinars: 1st edition: The innovation Canvas 2nd edition: “How to Look Attractive to Investors” 3rd…

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First data set acquired at the Polish Cryo-EM Centre at Solaris

The heart of the National Cryo-Em Centre, which is being developed at the Polish CERIC partner facility SOLARIS, will be Titan Krio G3i, the latest generation of a cryo-electron microscope. After successful assembly of the microscope and preliminary tests, an engineer from Thermo Scientific came from Eindhoven NanoPort to acquire SPA test data set of…

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Collaboration contract at CERIC – Renewals project

The Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium – CERIC–ERIC, is an integrated multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure open for basic and applied research in all fields of material and biomaterial sciences and nanotechnology. CERIC has been established by integrating advanced research facilities based in 8 countries (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania and Slovenia) into a…

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CERIC Call for Proposals now open!

There are new instruments added to the offer in this call. In particular, a 300kV Titan Krios 3Gi Cryo electron microscope equipped with two direct electron detectors located at SOLARIS is now available for researchers conducting studies in structural biology. Find more information here. A detailed description of the instruments and techniques available can be found here. If…

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Uravelling the growth mechanism of the coprecipitation of iron oxide nanoparticles with the aid of synchrotron X-Ray diffraction in solution

Applications involving iron oxide nanoparticles (IONPs) and nanomaterials in general, are expected to provide solutions to many problems in the fields of healthcare, energy and environment. Magnetic nanoparticles (such as IONPs) have been in the exploratory stage for cancer diagnostics (e.g.,in the form of magnetic resonance imaging contrast agents) for more than three decades and…

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Oxidation atmosphere extends the catalyst lifetimes

The cover of a leading chemical journal, The Journal of Materials Chemistry A highlighted a study by scientists from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Charles University, Prague, identifying, at the atomic level, the mechanisms contributing to the long-term stability and high activity of industrially relevant catalysts. The structure of the catalysts employed in chemical production,…

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