2020.05.06 - Marek Pawłowski At the Kuźnica Białostocka-Grodno border crossing, an X-ray device for scanning of railway wagons works with full functionality. It was built using solutions developed in the NCBJ. The core of the system is called Canis and it is an electron accelerator with switched energy of 6 and 9 MeV produced by the NCBJ Nuclear Equipment Division (HITEC).
2020.04.15 - Marek Pawłowski T2K’s Collaboration published new results in the prestigious scientific journal Nature regarding the largest parameter limit to date determining the violating phase of symmetry between matter and antimatter in neutrino oscillations. Almost half of the possible values of the parameter δCP were excluded, thus revealing the basic ownership of neutrinos that had not been measured so far.
2020.04.15 - Marek Pawłowski An international team of scientists collaborating on the T2K experiment today announced in the journal Nature significant research results that broaden knowledge of the lack of symmetry between matter and antimatter. This is a good time to recall that Polish scientists from six centers, cooperating within the Polish Neutrino Group, are also contributing to this experiment.
2020.04.09 - Marek Pawłowski April 2 this year Minister of Climate Michał Kurtyka has set up a Team for the Development of the Renewable Energy Sources Industry and Benefits for the Polish Economy. It will be a consultative and advisory body that attaches to the Minister, who is responsible for climate and energy. Dr Eng. Karol Wawrzyniak from the Interdisciplinary Department of Energy Analysis NCBJ is now in charge of the local energy dimension.