The Institute of Medical Biology, together with 32 other European institutions operating within the structure of EU-OPENSCREEN ERIC consortium, participated in H2020-INFRADEV-2018- competition, and received a subsidy for the project EU-OPENSCREEN-DRIVE.

The project aims to support undertakings concerning the research infrastructure, also its best use at present and in the future, in which members of the EU-OPENSCREEN ERIC consortium are now involved. Funds provided to the entire project amount to approximately 5 million EUR. The project is launched for 4 years beginning from 1 February 2019.


In quest for new boron carriers for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT) of cancer

Boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) is a promising binary treatment option for certain types of cancer. The BNCT method is based on the high probability of capturing thermal neutrons by…

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Appeal for the creation of separate ministries of Science and Higher Education and National Education

The Polish Academy of Sciences, the General Council of Science and Higher Education and the Foundation for Polish Science appealed for the creation of two separate ministries: science and Higher…

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