News And Events

CNR at Elettra 2.0

The CNR community working at Elettra aims at playing an active role within the novel scientific perspectives opened by the Elettra 2.0 project. This document describes a number of topics of high scientific impact that could be addressed at Elettra 2.0. It is intended as a starting point for designing instrumentation to strengthen the present offer of CNR beamlines and end-stations and implement new experimental techniques.

ESFRI Roadmap update 2016 will be launched at a workshop on 25th September, in Trieste

On 25th September 2014 ESFRI will launch the third Roadmap update at a workshop in Trieste, Italy. The objective of the Roadmap launch workshop is to raise awareness of the scientific community about the next roadmap update in 2015-2016, and the associated landscape analysis of research infrastructures within their specific scientific fields. The workshop is organised by CoPoRI in close cooperation with ESFRI and the European Commission.

SINFO 2016

IOM announces the forthcoming 3rd Workshop on

Surfaces, Interfaces and Functionalization Processes in Organic Compounds and Applications - SINFO III Naples, 27-29 June 2016

 

The workshop aims at providing scientists from the CNR and associated Institutions with a forum to share the latest information and ideas on the fundamental properties of organic semiconductor and small molecule overlayers as well as their future applications and implementation into working devices.

AntibiOttica

Il CNR-IOM è lieto di annunciare il progetto AntibiOttica, finanziato nell'ambito del programma POR-FESR 2014-2020. Il progetto AntibiOttica, che vede coinvolto personale e strutture del CNR-IOM, studierà l'applicazione delle nanotecnologie alle indagini batteriologiche in ambito ospedaliero.

CNR-IOM is glad to announce a new project- AntibiOttica, funded within the POR-FESR 2014-2020 program. The program AntibiOttica, involving personnel and facilities at CNR-IOM, will focus on the application of nanotechnologies to the batteriological investigations in Hospital Areas.

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