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Apollon, UiO's research magazine, has made an article about the research at CTCC.
Professor Pavel Karen at our department has led a IUPAC work group that has worked with this question.
Danish company Haldor Topsøe A/S and the University of Oslo have received funding from the seventh framework programme of the European Union.
Deavid Wragg et al from inGAP is chosen as "ESRF spotlight" at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble.
In order to find the chemical properties of super-heavy elements, chemists must conduct one of the world's most demanding chemical experiments in a matter of seconds. In this effort, the University of Oslo is at the global cutting edge.
All heavy elements are created in gigantic supernova explosions. Now scientists are competing to create the world's heaviest element in a laboratory. Production time: less than one atom per month. Lifetime: a few modest microseconds.