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Four Romanians invented the organic thick rosy sausage, taking the carcinogenic additive out of it

Four professors from the Galati University have invented the organic thick rosy sausage (made of boiled minced meat) and won the golden medal and the jury’s special prize at the International Innovation Salon in Cluj-Napoca. Their organic invention is perfectly ...

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Romania spent RON 3675.1 M on the research and development activity in 2016, INS shows

In 2016, RON 3675.1 million were spent on the research and development activity, in its four sectors of performance, of which RON 3378.5 million (91.9 percent) were current expenditure and RON 296.6 million (8.1 percent) were capital expenditure, National Institute ...

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Americans win Nobel medicine prize for circadian rhythm work

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to three Americans on Monday for discoveries about the body’s daily rhythms. The laureates are Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young. Rosbash is on the faculty at Brandeis ...

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Magurele laser was assembled and the first tests started. The first laser beam to be made this autumn

The most powerful laser in Europe and the second worldwide, under construction in Magurele, near Bucharest, has been assembled and has already begun the first tests, professor Nicolae Zamfir, project leader of Extreme-Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) stated for ...

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President Iohannis in Brasov: Too many researchers choose to work in other countries

President Klaus Iohannis was on Monday in Braşov where he participated in a debate between the members of the scientific community and representatives of the private environment. The goal is to establish a public-private partnership to support the research field. ...

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Twin Registry, a first in Romania

Romania might have a twin registry, as a first. The initiative belongs to the researchers from Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, central Romania. The experts want to find out how some genetic factors, but also the environment, can influence such features ...

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Anti-cancer treatment under way in Timisoara

Romanian researchers from Timisoara together with a specialist from Germany are working on a revolutionary treatment that might help cure cancer. They are practically working on using genetically modified cells in order to destroy the cancer cells. A similar study ...

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William C. Campbell, Satoshi Omura and Youyou Tu win Nobel Prize for Medicine

Three researchers are sharing this year’s first Nobel Prize, the award for medicine or physiology. Campbell and Omura worked on a roundworm parasite treatment, while Youyou Tu made a malaria breakthrough, dw.com reports. Irish-born Campbell and Japan’s Omura shared half ...

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President Iohannis: A solution to cut the ‘brain drain’ phenomenon – the recognition of diplomas, equivalence of studies

President Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday, during a conference on the Romanian Diaspora, that a solution to cut down the phenomenon of ‘brain drain’ which strongly affects our country is the recognition of diplomas and equivalence of studies, but this ...

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World-first studies conducted at Scarisoara Glacier

The first study in the world conducted on microorganisms inside the underground ice will be performed inside Scarisoara Glacier Cave in Alba County. More precisely, a 13-meter core was extracted from the Scarisoara Glacier in order to be studied in ...

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