New detector technologies for particle accelerators
Scientists from the Laboratory for ion beam interactions of the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) are part of an international consortium within the 12.6 million euro AIDAinnova project. The EU-funded project brings together 46 partners from 15 countries to develop advanced infrastructure and detector technologies for future particle accelerators.
NATO highlights Croatia’s contribution to security through civil science and technology
The participation of RBI scientists in the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) programme has been ongoing for two decades.
Spain and Croatia sign a joint declaration to promote their collaboration in the IFMIF-DONES fusion energy project
With the signing of this declaration, the Governments of Spain and Croatia reaffirm their commitment to launching the project as soon as possible.
Can Microorganisms Help Researchers Studying Lake Aging and Extinction?
In the last twenty years, there have been periods when Lake Vrana was affected by sea water, which led to fish deaths and the entry of marine species.
A New Blood Marker for Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Croatia is among the ten EU countries with the highest prostate cancer mortality rate!
Innovative aquaculture prototype by RBI researchers awarded at the Blue-Cloud Hackathon
A team of researchers from the RBI has won second prize at the Blue Cloud Hackathon for an innovative prototype 'PerfeCt - Performance of Aquaculture under Climate Change'.
David M Smith Confirmed as RBI Director
The Board of Directors of the RBI elected Dr David Matthew Smith as Director of the Institute for a new term of four years.
European researchers achieve fusion energy record
Scientists and engineers working at the Joint European Torus (JET) have achieved a record performance for sustained fusion energy.
Are researchers one step closer to developing the theory of impulse circuits?
Researchers from CEMS present five new or modified circuits intended for building a universal computer.
The RBI Chemists Developed a New Protocol for the Synthesis of Derivatives Useful for the Pharmaceutical Industry
The results of the research were published in the journal 'Chemical Communications'.