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  • About our research project
    "Exploring the impact of nanoparticles on productivity, metal uptake and iron metabolism of plants" is a scientific research project supported by the Hungarian National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NKFIH) under project No. K115784 & K115913. The research is to be carried out during the years of 2016-2019. Press the link above to learn about the aims of our project.
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    Last post The aims of our research proj…
    by Z. Klencsar View the latest post
    Wed Jun 22, 2016 8:32 pm
  • Materials Science
    The nature of our research is such that it has two equally important sides. One side deals with the preparation and characterization of nanoparticles - be that oxides, hydroxides, alloys or other forms of nanostructured matter - that may bear relevance in connection with plant metabolism. This side can well be classified as Materials Science. Enter this forum to access our related works and achievements.
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    Last post Structural and magnetic study…
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    Tue Jan 26, 2021 10:31 pm
  • Plant Physiology
    An essential side of our research deals with plant physiological experiments that are performed in order to enable us to explore and understand nanoparticle-plant interactions and associated metal uptake and iron metabolism of plants. Enter this forum to access our related works and achievements.
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    Last post Revisiting the iron pools in …
    by Z. Klencsar View the latest post
    Wed Aug 24, 2016 3:50 pm
  • Conferences & Appearances
    Beside publishing our results in the form of papers, we share and exchange ideas in connection with our research typically at conferences. Enter this forum for a corresponding list of our past and future appearances.
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    Last post 1st-6th September, 2019: Inte…
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    Sat Jan 16, 2021 9:34 pm
  • Students' Works
    Undergraduate and graduate students may participate in our scientific research by performing experiments and corresponding analysis of the observed results under supervision of a senior project participant. These works may result in theses submitted for university degrees as well as for the scientific competition & conference of undergraduate students. Enter this forum to learn about students' activities and achievements connected to our research.
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    Last post Farkas Zsuzsanna: Vas-, mangá…
    by Z. Klencsar View the latest post
    Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:42 pm

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