The top European fusion experts will gather in Zagreb from 17 to 18 October 2018 for the EUROfusion Consortium meeting to discuss and adopt new fusion strategy for the period 2021-2030, as well as to discuss "particular challenges" of the fusion programme in the context of Brexit. The host of EUROfusion meeting is the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI), the centre of the fusion activities in the Republic of Croatia and the co-founder of the consortium.
The structural project "Open scientific infrastructural platforms for innovative applications in the economy and society" (O-ZIP) is a key part of the development strategy of Zagreb's Rudjer Boskovic Institute (IRB) that will make this leading Croatian research institution a 21st century institute, it was said at a project presentation on Friday.
The 19th edition of the Terry Fox Run, a humanitarian event aimed at strengthening the fight against cancer, gathered around five thousand people on Jarun Lake in Zagreb this Sunday.
At the 30th Symposium on Fusion Technology (SOFT 2018), the most prestigious biennial event in this field in Europe, the Republic of Croatia was elected as a host of the next Symposium in 2020.
A new study by Croatian research team, led by professor Iva Tolić from the Ruđer Bošković Institute and professor Nenad Pavin from the Faculty of Science at the University of Zagreb, reveals that the mitotic spindle is a chiral object.
The researchers form the RBI Laboratory for Green Synthesis in collaboration with their colleagues from the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry in Zagreb published a 'Hot Paper’ in the renowned scientific journal Chemistry-A European Journal (IF = 5.16).
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The observations, accepted for publication by Physical Review Letters, are consistent with the Standard Model of particle physics. The findings set another important milestone in the study of Higgs boson and its interaction with the components of the Standard Model. The new measurement essentially relies upon contribution by a group of scientists from the Laboratory for High Energy Physics at the Division of Experimental Physics of the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI), which has been actively participating in the work of CMS Collaboration for 15 years.
Final conference of the project "Strengthening the knowledge management and research commercialization system of the Ruđer Bošković Institute"
The project is funded by the European Union and the Republic of Croatia in the amount of EUR 440,000.