Nik, the youngest lecturer, gained a lot of appreciation from the participants.

An international conference on minerals entitled »The Munich show, Mineralientage München – World of Minerals, Gems, Jewellery & Fossils« was held in Munich from October 27-29, 2017. The association hosted distinguished experts from various fields giving lectures and presenting their minerals collections.

The student of St. Stanislav‘s Institution Ljubljana (Classical Gymnasium), Nik Smerkolj, who is performing the research work under the mentorship of Marko Jeran (group for Organic Synthesis of the NMR Centre, D15), gave a lecture on the color of fluorite minerals and their fluorescence properties (The color of fluorite minerals). Interestingly, Nik was the youngest lecturer who gained a lot of appreciation from the participants.

Prof. Janez Plavec was awarded Prof. Jyoti Chatterji Prize for Excellence

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Ljubljana, 29.01.2018
The Institute of Chemistry Pregl award for exceptional doctoral work and Janko Jamnik scolarship award ceremony

Ljubljana, 29 November 2017 - On 29 November 2017, the Institute of Chemistry awarded three Pregl...

Ljubljana, 13.12.2017
Nik, the youngest lecturer, gained a lot of appreciation from the participants.

An international conference on minerals entitled »The Munich show, Mineralientage München – World...

Ljubljana, 08.11.2017
Prof. Dr. Roman Jerala has become a member of EMBO (Excellence in Life Science), the prestigious scientific organisation that brings together top scientists in the fields of life sciences

Ljubljana, 16 June 2017 – The EMBO is the most renowned international organisation in the field of...

Ljubljana, 21.06.2017
Unveiling of a bust of Prof. Dr. Maks Samec and the opening ceremony of a painting exhibition by Maruša Šuštar

Ljubljana, 15 June 2017 – As part of the National Institute of Chemistry week, the National...

Ljubljana, 21.06.2017