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Die "ungeschminkte Wahrheit" über Hyaluronsäure-Filler Ich habe etwas länger nachdenken müssen, wie ich diesen Bericht gestalte, denn er soll aufklären aber gleichzeitig nicht zu medizinisch werden. Als ich die Einladung zum Infoday mit Juvéderm bekam, schossen mir gleich unzählige Fragen zu

 

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Through its technical cooperation (TC) programme, the IAEA is supporting the development of proton beam therapy in Portugal to improve national options for cancer treatment.

 

On 22 February 2018, representatives from the IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation’s Division for Europe and Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications’ Division of Human Health participated in a public ‘Infoday’ hosted by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) at the Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA).

 

Addressing a group of more than 80 participants from various Portuguese institutions, the IAEA representatives presented opportunities for closer collaboration through continued capacity building, research, standard setting, training and educational activities. They also presented an overview of the Agency’s radiation therapy activities and explained clinical aspects of proton beam therapy.

 

Portugal is evaluating the feasibility of building national capacity for proton therapy with IAEA support, and is also investigating support options for the decommissioning of the research reactor at the Instituto Superior Técnico’s Loures campus.

 

From left to right: Dr Pedro Vaz, Higher Technical Institute (IST) and National Liaison Officer for IAEA technical cooperation (TC) programme; Ms Sandra Steyskal, Section Head, Department of TC, IAEA; Dr Maria Antónia Calhau, National Institute of Health (INSA); Dr Ana Quartin, Director of the Department for International Relations, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.

 

Photo credits: Ms Rute Ramalho / INSA

Am 22.11.2016 besuchte Außenminister Sebastian Kurz den "GEWINN Infoday 2016" im Messe Gongress Center in Wien und diskutierte mit den Jugendlichen.

Foto: Mahmoud

Through its technical cooperation (TC) programme, the IAEA is supporting the development of proton beam therapy in Portugal to improve national options for cancer treatment.

 

On 22 February 2018, representatives from the IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation’s Division for Europe and Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications’ Division of Human Health participated in a public ‘Infoday’ hosted by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) at the Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA).

 

Addressing a group of more than 80 participants from various Portuguese institutions, the IAEA representatives presented opportunities for closer collaboration through continued capacity building, research, standard setting, training and educational activities. They also presented an overview of the Agency’s radiation therapy activities and explained clinical aspects of proton beam therapy.

 

Portugal is evaluating the feasibility of building national capacity for proton therapy with IAEA support, and is also investigating support options for the decommissioning of the research reactor at the Instituto Superior Técnico’s Loures campus.

 

From left to right: Ms Sandra Steyskal, Section Head, Department of TC, IAEA; Dr Maria Antónia Calhau, INSA; and Mr Oleg Belyakov, Radiation Biologist, Division of Human Health, IAEA.

 

Photo credits: Ms Rute Ramalho / INSA

Through its technical cooperation (TC) programme, the IAEA is supporting the development of proton beam therapy in Portugal to improve national options for cancer treatment.

 

On 22 February 2018, representatives from the IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation’s Division for Europe and Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications’ Division of Human Health participated in a public ‘Infoday’ hosted by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) at the Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA).

 

Addressing a group of more than 80 participants from various Portuguese institutions, the IAEA representatives presented opportunities for closer collaboration through continued capacity building, research, standard setting, training and educational activities. They also presented an overview of the Agency’s radiation therapy activities and explained clinical aspects of proton beam therapy.

 

Portugal is evaluating the feasibility of building national capacity for proton therapy with IAEA support, and is also investigating support options for the decommissioning of the research reactor at the Instituto Superior Técnico’s Loures campus.

 

Photo credits: Ms Rute Ramalho / INSA

El Vicerrectorado de Internacionalización y Cooperación de la Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC) organizó el viernes 26 de junio, a las 10.30 horas, en el Aula de Piedra de la Sede Institucional (c/ Juan de Quesada, 30. Vegueta), una reunión informativa bajo el nombre de INFODAY para ofrecer información y asesoramiento sobre el nuevo Programa de Cooperación Internacional INTERREG Europe.

 

Más información: goo.gl/yUzYtT

El martes 8 de noviembre, a las 12 horas, en el Aula de Piedra de la Sede Institucional (c/ Juan de Quesada, 30. Vegueta), el Vicerrectorado de Internacionalización y Cooperación de la Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), a través del Centro Universitario para la Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (CUCID), convocó al Personal Docente e Investigador a una Jornada Informativa sobre el Programa de Movilidad Erasmus+.

 

Más información: goo.gl/pSRt3J

Am 22.11.2016 besuchte Außenminister Sebastian Kurz den "GEWINN Infoday 2016" im Messe Gongress Center in Wien und diskutierte mit den Jugendlichen.

Foto: Mahmoud

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