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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.

Anoxia in the Rogoznica Lake

Oct 5th 2020

While collecting samples at the Lake Rogoznica the RBI Scientists noticed a change in the colour and smell of the lake.

RBI Hosts the prestigious SOFT 2020 Conference

Sep 21st 2020

The 31st Symposium on Fusion Technology (SOFT 2020) was launched today at the RBI.

From Quantum Breakthrough to Safer Communication for All

Sep 3rd 2020

Scientists from the RBI Photonics and Quantum Optics Group were integral to this international effort. 

We need to act: quantifying the effects of plastics on marine wildlife

Aug 21st 2020

Scientists present the first mechanistic model for quantifying the effects of ingested plastics on individuals and populations of sea turtles.

CASCADE Project Launched

Aug 1st 2020

The kickoff meeting of CASCADE project has taken place online on Friday, June 26 and Tuesday, June 30.

The RBI scientists have published a new article in JACS

Jun 4th 2020

A synergy of experimental data and computer simulations completely unraveled a photochemical reaction mechanism of nitrogen elimination from diazoalkanes.

Signing of a Cooperation Agreement – RBI and Aquarium Pula Ltd.

May 12th 2020

Ruđer Bošković Institute and Aquarium Pula d.o.o. have recently signed a Cooperation Agreement which represents a new step in a relationship which has been growing and developing over a number of years between the Republic of Croatia’s leading research institute and largest public aquarium.

The RBI Capital Project Worth 72m EUR Goes On

Apr 27th 2020

The Government has adopted the proposal by the Science Minister to allocate additional funds for the OZIP project!

Successfully Sequenced COVID-19 Virus Genome, Isolated from Patients in Croatia

Apr 24th 2020

An interdisciplinary team of Croatian scientists has been able to determine the genome sequence of the COVID-19 virus from the patients in Croatia.

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