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How smog affects children’s brains

Polish scientists in the NeuroSmog consortium plan to study hundreds of children to determine how smog impacts their developing brains. They have received over PLN 15 million for the research from the Foundation for Polish Science under the TEAM-NET ...
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START 2020 recruitment launched

From today, 17 September 2019, through the end of October, young researchers can file applications for stipends in the START programme (2020 competition). The START stipend is a distinction for the most talented young researchers awarded in recogniti...
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In search of new sources of terahertz radiation

Terahertz radiation, invisible to the human eye, can be placed in the electromagnetic spectrum between infrared radiation and microwaves. It is often called the “the forgotten band”, or “the Terahertz gap.” This is because we still have not found the...
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InPhoTech with a Horizon 2020 grant

InPhoTech follows in Scope Fluidics’s footsteps to become another Polish business supported by the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP). InPhoTech’s potential has been recognised and awarded in a European Commission competition with a Phase 2 SME Inst...
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Call for FNP experts – the 18th round

The Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) is announcing a call for expert candidates as part of the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 under Measure 4.4 “Increasing the human potential in the R&D sector” as part of which it fulfils the ro...
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Phantoms to aid radiation therapy

How to make radiation therapy more accurate and effective in cancer treatment? Researchers and doctors have joined forces to create a medical phantom for precise dose planning in radiation therapy. The device will enable adjusting both the dose and t...