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High-class 3D printing lab in Świerk

3D printers require high cleanliness (photo NCBJ)
3D printing lab equipped with the first in Poland high-class 3D printer has started operations in NCBJ. The printer may print ele­men­ts from such materials as steel, bronze, gold, silver, aluminium, and titanium alloys. ----

European Atomic Energy Society meeting in Warsaw

European Atomic Energy Society meeting in Warsaw
Annual meeting of Eu­ro­pe­an Ato­mic Ener­gy So­cie­ty (EAES) in War­sa­w (June 4-8, 2016) was hosted by NCBJ. The PGE EJ 1 sp. z o.o. company was a partner. ----

Tektrotyd, a new medicine from Poland, registered in Europe

Tektrotyd, a new medicine from Poland, registered in Europe
The 99mTc-Tektrotyd preparation developed in NCBJ POLATOM Radiopharmaceutical Centre has been just authorised as a new medicine in almost all European Union countries. Due to some unique combination of features, including low price, an effective diagnosis of some cancers has become available to a wider range of oncology patients all over the world. ----

Intention letter to develop infrastructure for electric vehicles in Poland

Polish Ministry of Energy has presented underlying assumptions of a project to develop infrastructure for electric vehicles in Poland. The four largest electric energy suppliers in Poland (Enea S.A., ENERGA S.A., PGE S.A., and TAURON Polska Energia S.A.), Warsaw University of Technology, and NCBJ have signed an intention letter on joint efforts to accomplish that project, to promote/popularize electric vehicles among Poles, and to develop respective branches of the Polish industry. ----

NCBJ buys uranium needed to develop the BNCT therapy

ATOMEXPO fair in Moscow
NCBJ has ordered the TVEL Russian company to deliver uranium plates necessary to conduct research on the boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT). The contract was signed during the ATOMEXPO fair recently held in Moscow. ----

NCBJ is considering a project to deploy HTGR research reactor in Świerk

U-Bat­te­ry con­sor­tium logo
NCBJ scientists are considering a project to deploy in Świer­k a new generation research HTGR (High Tem­pe­ra­tu­re Gas-cooled Reactor). An intention letter signed in that matter with the U-Bat­te­ry British consortium has paved the way to accomplish the project. The tentative agreement was reached during a recent two-day long visit of Polish Ministry of Energy officials in UK. ----

Polish filmmakers may use NCBJ-operated supercomputer on preferential terms

Magdalena Sroka and Krzysztof Kurek are signing intention letter on cooperation between Polish Film Institute (PISF) and NCBJ (photo Marcin Kułakowski, PISF)
NCBJ and Polish Film Institute (PISF) have signed intention letter on sponsorship of Polish filmmakers. They will gain access on preferential terms to rendering services offered by the Renderownia Świerk centre in NCBJ. ----

Science for technology, medicine and environment protection

May 13, 2016 -- an Open Day in NCBJ
Within the framework of the 3rd Open Days of European Funds all interested in cooperation with/offer of  NCBJ are invited to come to Świerk on Friday, May 13, 2016. Five groups each of 25 visitors will be admitted. Each prospective visitor must fill up registration form and supply his/her personal data by an e-mail (see the form for instructions). Free-of-charge bus transport between Otwock railway station and Świerk Research Centre will be provided. An unattended parking for private cars will be available next to the Centre entrance gate. ----

Scientific picnic organized at National Stadium in Warsaw

During scientific picnic organized on premises of National Stadium in Warsaw NCBJ employees familiarized visitors of booth F18 with various topics related to medical applications of ionising radiation. ----

Świerk meeting of future users of European XFEL beams

Inside European XFEL tunnel (photo European XFEL database)
Scientists interested in research on beams to be generated by European XFEL (X-ray Free Electron Laser) met in Świerk on April 26, 2016. NCBJ is a shareholder of an international pro­jec­t to develop that unique large research facility worth more than 1.22 billion Eu­ro. Poland will soon co-own all future discoveries and results of experiments performed at the facility. ----