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Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC97239
Authors: 
AL-ADILI Ali
HAMBSCH Franz-Josef
POMP S.
OBERSTEDT Stephan
VIDALI Marzio
Take part in the open and public consultation on 4 key aspects of our future
Mar 09 2015

Science and knowledge provide opportunities and tools to create the Europe of tomorrow, a future based on quality of life and sustainable environment. Europe is ready to start a process of change which will not be based on the choices of elites but on those of citizens who have the opportunity both to participate in the creation of their future and to be protagonists of the transition towards a society based on science and knowledge.

Publication Year: 
2015
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC96733
Authors: 
CHAUDRON Stephane
DI GIOIA Rosanna
GEMO Monica
LAGAE Kaat
Publication Year: 
2015
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC96350
Authors: 
KOVACS Attila
APOSTOLIDIS Christos
WALTER Olaf
LINDQVIST-REIS Patric
Jul 18 2011

On Monday 11 July 2011, the fourth 'Measurement Science in Chemistry' International Summer School started in Poznań, Poland. In this edition, 43 students from thirteen countries participated from Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, France, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, Uganda and Ukraine.

Publication Year: 
2013
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC77339
Authors: 
WOLLGAST Jan
HERRMANN Benedikt
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Publication Year: 
2012
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC72907
Authors: 
CRAGLIA Massimo
PAVANELLO Lara
SMITH Robin
Type:

The two inventions relate to immunotherapy, the treatment of cancers with radio labelled antibodies. This technique utilises radionuclides in association with antibodies or peptides specific to antigens expressed on tumorous cells. To bind a radionuclide to a vector, it is necessary to use bifunctional agents with two specific binding sites. Consequently, the inventions describe three bifunctional chelating agents for metals and especially for actinides and lanthanides, and even more specifically for 225Ac. Three bifunctional vectors — macrocycle ligands of the type polyaza polycarboxilic or polyphosphonic — their method of synthesis, and their uses are disclosed in the inventions.

Publication Year: 
2008
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC40397
Authors: 
ORTEGA ARGILES Raquel
Type:
Publication Year: 
1999
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC19670
Authors: 
DE BIEVRE P.
Type:

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