17. September 2021.

“10 years of NANORI” exhibition

SCCPLS 2020 – online summer school and workshop

The Centre for Micro and Nanosciences and Technologies (NANORI) in collaboration with the Department of Biotechnology (BioTechRi)  is organising the Supramolecular and Colloid Chemistry and Physics for the Life Sciences (SCCPLS 2020) – online summer school and workshop. Further information and the application form are available on the event website: https://collsurf.uniri.hr/. The applications are open from July 6th up to July the 20th. The event is endorsed by the European Colloid & Interface Society (ECIS).

Doors Open Day at NANORI

The laboratories of the Centre for Micro- and Nanosciences and technologies will be open to visitors on the 9th of April 2019., as a part of the Festival of science 2019. Visitors will be allowed to see the laboratories of the Centre as well as attend scientific demonstrations and lectures. The event will follow the given schedule.

“Center for gifted children” has visited CMNST

On February 15, 2018, gifted children age 4 to 8 of the city of Rijeka, their parents and their teachers from the NGO “Center for gifted children” visited the CMNST, i.e. the Laboratory for Precision Engineering and Micro- and Nanosystems Technologies as well as the Laboratory for Quantum and Nonlinear Optics. The staff of the CMNST introduced them to demonstrative examples and applications of micro- and nanotechnological instrumentation, devices and scientific work in general.


Students of High-school in Italian language in Rijeka visit the CMNST

On November 2nd 2017 the junior and senior high-school students of the High-school in Italian language in Rijeka, following a sciences and mathematics study program, visited the laboratories of the Centre for Micro- and Nanosciences and Technologies (CMNST) and the Bura supercomputerat the campus of the University of Rijeka – where they had occasion to get acquainted with the state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and the scientific work carried on this equipment. The students learned thus about various micro- and nanosystems developed within the CMNST and the characterisation of their properties from the physics, engineering and bio-chemical standpoint, expressing their enthusiasm for the chance they have been given as well as the wish to pursue their future university studies at the University of Rijeka – and hence to use professionally the devices they have seen.