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The installation of the new Thermis Z has been started on 1 October (Monday), and on Friday the same week it was powered up. Everything looks very promising and it will be ready to be tested by the application specialists at EMC before Christmas.


    Terrae Rarae 2019

    MMK will host the Terrae Rarae 2019 from May 30 – June 1st on board the M/S Mariella (Stockholm-Helsinki-Stockholm) and finish the conference with a visit to the Ytterby mine on June 1st.

    New research makes non-rechargeable batteries rechargeable

    Non-rechargeable alkaline batteries commonly use zinc and manganese dioxide. Through a modification of the manganese dioxide, researchers at Stockholm University have discovered that they can recharge non-rechargeable alkaline batteries. A thesis in material chemistry at Stockholm University is now presenting the new results.

    Alexander Lyubartsev has received a Horizon 2020 grant

    Innovative Nanoinformatics models and tools: towards a Solid, verified and Integrated Approach to Predictive (eco)Toxicology

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