2022.06.06 - Marek Pawłowski NCBJ delegation participated in the opening ceremony of the PID Poland Research and Development Center. The center conducts research in the area of radiographic inspection and detection. Thanks to cooperation with Polish research institutions, it will be possible to develop proprietary technologies applicable both in industrial X-ray detectors and in cargo scanners.
2022.06.02 - Piotr Spinalski On Saturday, May 21, the 25th Science Picnic of Polish Radio and the Copernicus Science Center took place. The theme of this year’s Picnic was water – its role in nature and human life, as well as its properties and phenomena related to it. The event took place at the Copernicus Science Center. NCBJ also exhibited its stand, prepared by the Education and Training Department.
2022.05.31 - Piotr Spinalski Once again, the article describing the research of scientists from the POLATOM Radioisotope Center Was among the five most cited publications of the Nuclear Medicine Review journal in 2017-2021. The diploma awarded by the Editorial Board Was presented to the authors during the 17th Congress of the Polish Society of Nuclear Medicine in Białystok on May 26–28, 2022.
2022.05.27 - Piotr Spinalski Titanium-based materials are often used in the manufacture of medical implants. For the first time, scientists from the Materials Research Laboratory and the Center of Excellence NOMATEN NCBJ used the Raman imaging research technique to determine the spatial distribution and quantitative proportion of individual titanium oxide phases covering the surface of the material, which determines its properties.
2022.05.24 - Marek Pawłowski NCBJ organizes the 1st NOMATEN International Conference on Materials Informatics. Materials informatics is a new field of research that uses advanced IT tools to better understand and design materials needed primarily for work in extreme physical and chemical conditions, as well as in medicine. This subject is dealt with, among others, by originators and organizers of the conference – scientists from the NOMATEN Center of Excellence operating in Świerk.