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NOMATEN is looking for postdoc researchers

29 October 2020

Postdoc job positions in advanced multifunctional materials science are available at NOMATEN.

Our ambition is to build a team composed of world-leading researchers and young, highly motivated people who are passionate about multifunctional materials science.

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Recruitment for a Research Group Leader for Radiopharmaceuticals: reviewing process

17 September 2020

Intetrnational Scientific Committee is currently reviewing the applications for the post of the Research Group Leader for novel radiopharmaceuticals for medical applications.

The results will be released soon.

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Graduate School of Physics and Chemistry 2020

13 August 2020

The Graduate School of Physics and Chemistry was established in 2019. Its goal is to leverage the expert knowledge of both institutions and take advantage of the resulting synergies to provide a coherent offer for individuals wishing to pursue a doctoral degree.

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NOMATEN's team visited MARIA nuclear research reactor

06 August 2020

Part of the NOMATEN team visited MARIA nuclear research reactor at the National Centre for Nuclear Research on August 4th.

Our new caulleges from Mikko Alava's research group, Amin Esfandiarpour PhD and Javier Dominguez PhD just joined NOMATEN and had the occasion to check the only nuclear research reactor in Poland.

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CEA: A preclinical study shows that hydroxychloroquine has no antiviral effect on SARS-CoV-2 in vivo

05 August 2020

A study on the effects of hydroxychloroquine in macaques infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, used alone or in combination with azithromycin, have been published on Nature, July 22th. Scientists from the CEA, CNRS, Inserm, Institut Pasteur, Université de Paris-Saclay, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and Aix-Marseille Université have been involved in the study, which has been carried out under the aegis of the multidisciplinary consortium, REACTing.

 

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Amin Esfandiarpour PhD and Francisco Javier Dominguez Gutierrez PhD joined NOMATEN

05 August 2020

New researchers joined NOMATEN team on August. Amin Esfandiarpour PhD and Francisco Javier Dominguez Gutierrez PhD will support director Mikko Alava within his research group.

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VTT: How does computational material design support the maintenance business?

23 July 2020

Can the lifetime of a material, material solution or product be assessed accurately and in a cost-efficient way while extending its ultimate lifetime? Widely used, traditional methods of doing this do not provide these benefits while having limited predictive capabilities. At VTT, we decided it was time to change this status quo. 

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NEW RECRUITMENT: Research Group Leader - RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS

23 July 2020

We are looking for a professional who will tak the position of Research Group Leader for novel radiopharmaceuticals for medical applications.

DEADLINE: 15-09-2020

Details on this recruitment here:

http://nomaten.ncbj.gov.pl/research-group-leader-radiopharmaceuticals

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Renata Mikołajczak became the chairwoman of the working group of the European Pharmacopoeia Commission

21 July 2020

Ms. Renata Mikołajczak is a professor at the NCBJ, representative of the Director for Scientific Affairs and National and International Cooperation at the POLATOM Radioisotope Center. Since the beginning she has been involved in NOMATEN as a member of the Intenrational Scientific Committee. At the European Pharmacopoeia Commission, she will lead a working group on the development of monographs on radiopharmaceutical precursors (Precursors for Radiopharmaceutical Preparations – PRP Working Party).

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NOMATEN’s seminars deploy the idea of science dissemination

31 March 2020
NOMATEN Seminar

In 2020 NOMATEN launched the new area of activity: a series of open scientific seminars devoted to the topics related to materials’ challenges and research. Moreover, the goal has been not only to share the expertise but also to build a community of researchers across the science areas. NOMATEN hosted the seminar while inviting external scientists to act as speakers.

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