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The Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences

POB 522, Mike Petrovica Alasa 12-14
11001 Belgrade
Serbia

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Brief presentation of the institution

The "Vinca" Institute, University of Belgrade (http://www.vin.bg.ac.rs/index.php/en/), is one of the most prestigious scientific institutions in Serbia and among largest scientific centers in South East Europe. It consists of 13 laboratories and seven research centers. The total number of employees currently fluctuates around 750, out of which over 250 hold a PhD degree. During the last 50 years the Institute has gradually changed its activities from mainly nuclear research program to today's activities concerning theoretical and condensed matter physics, material sciences, nuclear physics, atomic physics, physical chemistry, radiation chemistry, radiobiology, molecular genetics, endocrinology, medicine, electronics, computer sciences, etc. Due to diversity in research fields and communication among scientists of different profiles, "Vinca" is constantly culturing multidisciplinary character of the research activities.The Institute participates in more than 50 national projects of fundamental research, more than 30 national projects of technological research and innovation, and 15 international projects.

Main Radiomag related topics

 Condensed Matter Physics, Materials Sciences, Radiochemistry, Biochemistry

Main Radiomag related research techniques and equipment

Chemical synthesis of nanomaterials, mechanochemistry, nanoparticle functionalization and radiolabeling, structural/microstructural characterization, magnetic characterization, Mossbauer spectroscopy, toxicity and biodistribution studies in vitro & in vivo; magnetic hyperthermia research.

Research topics, techniques and equipment not related to Radiomag

Brief information on available facilites

Chemical lab, ball mill, lab furnaces, XRD and XRD-SAXS diffractometers, FTIR spectrometer, QD MPMS XL-5 SQUID magnetometer (DC/AC fields), Mossbauer spectrometer, nB Nanoscale Biomagnetics hyperthermia device with in vitro/in vivo options, freeze dryer, gamma counter.

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