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Role of intercalated cobalt in the electronic structure of Co1/3NbS2

Role of intercalated cobalt in the electronic structure of Co1/3NbS2

28.04.2022
A team of scientists from Zagreb, Wien, Lausanne and Krakow led by Dr. Eduard Tutiš has investigated an antiferromagnetic layered compound Co1/3NbS2 - an example of the transition metal dichalcogenide (TMD), having complex magnetic structure.
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Researchers show that an artificial protein structure can be used to precisely arrange gold nanoparticles in three dimensions

Researchers show that an artificial protein structure can be used to precisely arrange gold nanoparticles in three dimensions

28.04.2022
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The OPUS 21 project, coordinated by the SOLARIS researcher, received funding from the National Science Center.

The OPUS 21 project, coordinated by the SOLARIS researcher, received funding from the National Science Center.

29.11.2021
The Coordinators of the Disciplines of the National Science Center presented the ranking lists of projects qualified for funding under the competitions announced by the National Science Center. The laureates include a consortium of four universities, led by prof. dr hab. Maciej Kozak.
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Science Advances cover dedicated to research results on Cryo-EM!

Science Advances cover dedicated to research results on Cryo-EM!

11.04.2022
The research carried out at NCPS SOLARIS with the use of electron cryomicroscopy and at the Malopolska Biotechnology Centre, and at the British National Electron Bioimaging Center eBIC (Diamond Light Source) allowed to solve the structure of the protein responsible for introducing compounds necessary for the life of bacterial cells. The exceptional importance of the research was honored with a dedicated, unique image by Alina Kurokhtina published on the cover of Science Advances!
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FTIR spectroscopy in cancer research

FTIR spectroscopy in cancer research

11.04.2022
Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) in combination with machine learning and chemometrics is an intensively developed, powerful tool for investigation of tissue biochemical composition with simultaneous microscopic visualization. This nondestructive, information rich and label-free technique has been successfully applied in cancer diagnostics. During the development of a disease or inflammatory processes, not only the chemical composition of tissues changes, but also their spatial organization. FT-IR imaging with linear polarization can provide new and useful information about chemically-specific orientation of macromolecules. The team of SOLAIR beamline presented their results of spatial macromolecular orientation in human, pancreatic tissue using four-polarization FT-IR method.
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