Nature – Thursday, 13th December 2018 Nature, vol. 564 S16-17 In the years 1980-2010 the number of outbursts of contagious diseases worldwide has more than tripled every 5 years. Unexpected outbursts of viruses like Ebola and Zika have led to the development of new methods of quenching the rapid spread […]
At the Solemn Session of the University of Ljubljana Senate that took place on 4th of December, 2018, Rector Dr. Igor Papič conferred the highest awards of the University. The title of Honorary Doctor of the University of Ljubljana was received by, among two other recipients, Dr. Lluis M. Mir. […]
On Friday, October 19, 2018, company Krka d.d. awarded Krka Prizes for undergraduate and postgraduate research work to young researchers. Among this year’s recipients of the award for talented young researchers is also a member of our laboratory as. dr. Janja Dermol-Černe together with her advisor prof. Dr. Damijan Miklavčič […]
Tjaša Potočnik, a young researcher from the Laboratory of Biocybernetics, is the recipient of the Best Student Paper Award from the 1st EMF-Med World Conference on Biomedical Applications of Electromagnetic Fields that was recently held in Split, Croatia. The conference was organised as the final event of the COST Action […]
Our colleague Janja Dermol-Černe, PhD, was recently featured in an article in the Nedelo newspaper. The article, entitled Z elektriko nad raka (Eng. Combating cancer with electricity) is based on an interview with Janja and mainly features her career and work in the Laboratory for biocybernetics. The article is in Slovene […]
BEMS (The Bioelectromagnetics Society) has awarded the paper Nanosecond electric pulses cause mitochondrial membrane permeabilization in Jurkat cells with the 2012-2016 Most Influential Bioelectromagnetics Journal Paper Award. The paper was co-authored by Tina Batista-Napotnik (LBK), Yu-Hsuan Wu, Martin A. Gundersen, Damijan Miklavčič (LBK), and P. Thomas Vernier. Congratulations! Link to the full paper: […]
We are proud to announce that our colleague from the Laboratory of biocybernetics Assist. Prof. Bor Kos is the winner of this year’s Alessandro Chiabrera award, which is being awarded by the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA). Link to the original announcement: www.ebea.org/bor-kos-is-the-winner-of-the-2018-alessandro-chiabrera-award.
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