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First demonstration of quantum communication among three states

Aug 5th 2021

Encrypted audio-video communication has been established between Italy, Slovenia and Croatia with the help of quantum technology.

New method for uninterrupted monitoring of solid-state milling reactions

Jul 20th 2021

The new method based on Raman spectroscopy is a powerful tool for real-time, uninterrupted monitoring of solid-state milling reactions.

Scientists explain the crucial role of motor proteins in cell division

Jun 15th 2021

Molecular biologists from the RBI have answered one of the long-standing open questions in cell biology!

Mechanochemical peptide bond formation behind the origins of life

Jun 8th 2021

The results of the research have been published in the prestigious scientific journal Angewandte Chemie.

A significant enhancement of sodium ion conductivity in phosphate glasses by addition of WO3 and MoO3: the effect of mixed conventional–conditional glass-forming oxides

Jun 1st 2021

Scientists from Ruđer Bošković Institute, PhD student Sanja Renka, Dr. Luka Pavić, Prof. Andrea Moguš-Milanković and Dr. Ana Šantić, in collaboration with Dr. Grégory Tricot from the University of Lille and Prof. Petr Mošner and Prof. Ladislav Koudelka from the University of Pardubice have revealed how the addition of transition metal oxides WO3 and MoO3 significantly enhances the sodium-ion conductivity in phosphate glasses which extends the classical understanding of the mixed glass-former effect in glasses.

Designing New MOF Materials for Carbon Dioxide Conversion to Methanol

May 4th 2021

How to turn the greenhouse gas that warms our planet into a simple fuel of the future?

RBI Launched HERO Project Funded by the Central European Initiative COVID-19 Call

Feb 26th 2021

Project aimed at helping patients suffering from haematological diseases.

Efficient Solid-State Depolymerization of Waste PET

Jan 25th 2021

An effective mechanochemical PET degradation has not yet been described in the scientific literature, until now!

Unique Cave Clam Runs for the ‘Mollusc of the Year 2021’ Title

Jan 18th 2021

The highly endangered Dinaric cave clam, Congeria kusceri is the only freshwater bivalve in the world which inhabits exclusively caves. This small bivalve has successfully mastered social distancing for five million years.

New Paper published in Applied Surface Science

Nov 12th 2020

The results of the research greatly contribute to the understanding of the influence of hitherto unexplored topological aspects, fractality and lacunarity, of nanostructured substrates on the enhancement of SERS.

Evolution: No social distancing at the beginning of life!

Oct 13th 2020

Discovery that bacterial biofilms behave like animal embryos sheds new light on the origin of life.

Searching for the Chemistry of Life

Oct 7th 2020

Study shows possible new way to create DNA base pairs. The results are published in the journal Chemical Communications.

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