„The Warsaw Voice” magazine article on the AiD project Print
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 14:45

kolagetwv-80x53aAn extensive interview with Dr. Agnieszka Syntfeld-Każuch, Director of the NCBJ Nuclear Techniques & Equipment Department, came out in the “The Polish Science Voice” supplement to the May issue of the “The Warsaw Voice” magazine. Innovative equipment currently under development in NCBJ within the AiD project was the interview main subject. The equipment includes accelerators for medical radiotherapy and devices developed to scan hazardous materials at border checkpoints.

Polish medical technologies at ESTRO 2012 in Barcelona Print
Thursday, 10 May 2012 14:52

Coline6-model-80x60NCBJ presented two advanced medical devices at an exhibition accompanying the ESTRO 2012 medical conference held in Barcelona: the Coline 6 medical accelerator and the Inline PN50 electronic X-ray source for brachytherapy, both developed to treat cancer cases. The project was assisted by some EU funding. The applied Hi-Tech solutions may help Polish medical products to come back to international markets.

European Project for Nuclear Security Kicks Off Print
Thursday, 02 February 2012 15:28

NCBJ120203b fot01-80x53Z udziałem fizyków i inżynierów z NCBJ w Świerku rusza europejski projekt MODES-SNM. Uczeni z pięciu krajów finansowani przez Komisję Europejską podjęli się zadania zbudowania prototypu taniego, mobilnego systemu nowej generacji do wykrywania i identyfikacji ładunków materiałów rozszczepialnych.

Photon Needle helps to treat breast cancer Print
Sunday, 15 January 2012 15:35

NCBJ120115 fot01-80x120Second generation of the Photon Needle miniature medical accelerators that produce X-ray radiation of some precisely fixed parameters are being developed within the framework of the „Accelerators & Detectors” project currently under development in National Centre for Nuclear Research in Świerk (NCBJ). The device may be applied during surgery of breast cancer patients to kill cancer cells that might remain after the surgery (the so-called intra-operative radiotherapy).

Student expedition to Chernobyl Print
Monday, 25 July 2011 15:46

FUW110725b fot01s-80x53aStudents of Warsaw University (UW) Physics Faculty, Chemistry Faculty, and Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling returned from a scientific expedition organized to Chernobyl. Young scientists surveyed radiation levels within the prohibited zone and collected samples to be in depth analysed at home. IPJ and Polish Nuclear Society helped to organize the expedition.

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