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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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CERIC Romanian Partner Facility at the Euronanoforum 2019

On 12-14 June, the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union organized the EuroNanoForum 2019, which took place in Bucharest (Romania), bringing together scientists, industrialists and policy makers. Corneliu Ghica, head of the Laboratory of Atomic Structures and Defects in Advanced Materials – the Romanian CERIC Partner Facility at the National Institute of Materials…

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ACCELERATE project partners gathered at ELI-ALPS for 2019 annual meeting

On 12 June 2019, ACCELERATE project partners met at the premises of the ELI-ALPS (ELI Attosecond Light Pulse Source) in Szeged – Hungary, for the first annual meeting of the year. The meeting started with a tour of the facility where project partners (CERIC, ESS, ESP Central, ELI, Rathenau Institute, HZG and UZHNU) had the opportunity to expand their knowledge about the laser…

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Student Fellowship at CERIC-ERIC – CEROP – Closed on June 14th, 2019

CERIC-ERIC is an integrated multidisciplinary and multiprobe research infrastructure open to external basic and applied users in the fields of materials, biomaterials and nanotechnology. With a single entry point, it allows the use of excellent facilities in 8 European countries. The first call for CERIC Research Grants closed in March 2016. The ranking list of…

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Director of CERIC’s Czech Partner Facility awarded the ‘Doctor Honoris Causa of Uzhhorod National University’

Prof. Vladimir Matolin, Director of CERIC’s Czech Partner Facility at the Charles University in Prague, has been awarded the “Doctor Honoris Causa of Uzhhorod National University” by the Academic Council of the University for scientific achievements in the field of physics, education and science. Moreover, Prof. Matolin has been significantly contributing to the development of the Uzhhorod National University…

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