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Razvoj neutronskog senzora za potrebe europskog projekta

Neutron Sensor Development

30/03/2009

Project Underwater coastal sea surveyor (UNCOSS) funded under 7th FWP (Seventh Framework Programme) is a result of interregional cooperation between distinguished scientific institutions. The project worth 4,390,000 euro, besides Rudjer Boskovic Institute involves ECA and Commissariat a lEnergie Atomique from France, Laseroptronix from Sweden, Jozef Stefan Institute in Slovenia, Analysis and Control Technologies (ACT Ltd.) from Croatia, the port authorities of Dubrovnik and Vukovar in Croatia and Bar in Montenegro.

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Nova ravnateljica Instituta

New Director Elected

25/03/2009

Danica Ramljak, D.V.M., Ph.D was elected to a four year term as the new Director of the Rudjer Boskovic Institute at the meeting of the Board of Governors held on 24th March 2009.

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Uspostavljena Europska mreža ionskih akceleratora – SPIRIT

Network of leading European ion-beam facilities founded

24/03/2009

Eleven leading European ion-beam facilities joined together in the network - SPIRIT (Support of Public and Industrial Research using Ion Beam Technology). The network was officially launched at a kickoff-meeting on March 6, 2009, held at the Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (FZD) in Dresden, Germany.

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Povjerenstvo za nuklearnu energiju Japana u posjet "Ruđeru"

Institute Hosted JAEC Representatives

23/03/2009

As a part of their official visit to Croatia the representatives of the Japanese Atomic Energy Commission headed by Dr. Takako Hirose visited the Rudjer Boskovic Institute on Friday. The guests were welcomed by acting director Dr. Jaroslav Horvat, Dr. Mary Ranogajec, Dr. Stjepko Fazinić and Dr. Tonči Tadić.

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Institut posjetili predstavnici Kent State Universitya

Representatives from the Kent State University visited RBI

17/03/2009

On Monday, March 16th, the representatives from the Kent State University (Ohio, USA) Dr. Timothy S. Moerland, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, and Dr. Mary Anne Saunders, Executive Director, Office of International Affairs, visited the Rudjer Boskovic Institute. The distinguished guests met with Dr. Jaroslav Horvat, Dr. Kata Majerski, Dr. Igor Weber and Dr. Mladen Žinić. The purpose of this meeting was to exchange information and experiences as well as to discuss the possible cooperation between the two institutions.

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Branimir Bertoša dobitnik godišnje nagrade Društva sveučilišnih nastavnika i drugih znanstvenika

Branimir Bertoša received Annual Award for Young Scientists and Artists

23/02/2009

At the Session, held on 18 February 2009, the Board of Governors of the Society of University Teachers, Scholars and Other Scientists, Zagreb, honoured dr. Branimir Bertoša with the Annual Award for Young Scientists and Artists.

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Rad Radovana Braka objavljen u Physical Review Letters

Radovan Brako`s work published in Physical Review Letters

23/02/2009

The paper Dirac cones and minigaps for graphene on Ir(111) was published in the latest edition of one of the most prestigious and widely read journals in Physics - Physical Review Letters.

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Hrvatski dozimetrijski sustav među najboljima u svijetu

Croatian Dosimetry System among Best in the World

02/02/2009

According to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), ethanol-chlorobenzene dosimetry system, which was developed by Croatian scientists at the Ruđer Bošković Institute, is the third most widely used dosimetry system in both, research and industrial applications of radiation processing.

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Rad Tomislava Domazet-Loše među "Skrivenim draguljima"

Tomislav Domazet-Lošo among ‘Hidden Jewels’

22/01/2009

'An ancient evolutionary origin of genes associated with human genetic diseases' by Dr Tomislav Domazet-Lošo from the Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Croatia, and Dr Diethard Tautz from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Plön, Germany, reached the fourth place of the 'Hidden Jewel' list of the Faculty of 1000 Biology.

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