The second DONES Steering Committee, the highest governing body of the DONES Fusion Programme, met in Granada on 26 October to review the progress of the programme, in particular the findings of the panel of independent experts who analysed the current state of the DONES baseline data.
Collaborative research led by Dr. Anamarija Brozović's team at the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI), in partnership with colleagues from the University of Zagreb, Vienna, Mainz, and Stanford, as well as the experts at Fidelta Ltd., has resulted in a significant advancement in the understanding of how ovarian cancer cells develop cross-resistance to the drugs typically administered for its treatment.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Dr. Katarina Marušić from the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) has developed an innovative methodology for improving the properties and functions of material surfaces.
Researchers Uncover Fascinating Light-Driven Nanoparticle Behaviour with Potential Implications for Self-Propelled Machineries
An international research team led by Stefano A. Mezzasalma of the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) and Marek Grzelczak of the Materials Physics Centre (CFM) in Spain, in collaboration with Roberto Morandotti in Canada (INRS), has made an interesting discovery that could have significant impact on the field of soft robotics and actuators.
A collaboration between researchers from the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) and the University of Cagliari has yielded interesting insights into the field of mechanochemistry opening up avenues for sustainable chemistry.
Researchers at the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI), led by Dr Andreja Ambriović Ristov, have uncovered a novel cellular mechanism that increases the sensitivity of melanoma cells to chemotherapy while reducing their ability to metastasise - an important step towards improving melanoma treatment and combating metastasis.
Scientists of the Croatian Centre of Excellence for Advanced Materials and Sensing Devices have made a significant advance in holography that opens a huge possibility in 3D imaging capabilities.
Researchers from the Laboratory for Marine and Atmospheric Biogeochemistry, Division for Marine and Environmental Research, in collaboration with colleagues from the Center for Marine Research, have clarified the role of lipids in removing carbon to the deep oceans, which could have a negative feedback on global warming.