Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warsaw

The Institute is one of the most advanced centers in the field of: radiation chemistry and technology; application of nuclear methods in material engineering and process engineering; design and production of instruments based on nuclear techniques; radioanalytical techniques; environmental research. Basic research is focused on: radiochemistry, chemistry of isotopes, physical chemistry and engineering of separation processes, cellular radiobiology and radiation chemistry, particularly which based on pulse radiolysis method.

National Centre for Nuclear Research Radioisotope Centre POLATOM

National Centre for Nuclear Research Radioisotope Centre POLATOM is manufacturer and distributor of the isotopic goods applied in medicine, research and development, industry and environment protection. Activity of the company contributes to development of the nuclear medicine, biochemistry, radiochemistry, molecular biology and other fields, which apply radioactive isotopes.

The Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracov

The Institute carries out basic and applied research in physics, with emphasis on nuclear physics. This research is aimed at explaining the structure of matter from microscopic to cosmic scales, through experiments and/or application of theoretical methods. Their activity extends into interdisciplinary research in a range of related fields and also stimulates technology transfer to the industry and to spin-off companies.

Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion

The Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion was founded on the 1st January of 1976. Since June, 2001 it has carried its activities under the authority of the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Poland while the research program has been under surveillance and financing of Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland. The research carried out at the IPPLM mainly includes scientific and technological efforts to use and control thermonuclear fusion power to provide in future a safe energy for the humankind and the environment. The research conducted at the IPPLM is consulted with the Polish National Atomic Energy Agency.

National Centre for Nuclear Research

The National Center for Nuclear Research is one of the largest scientific institutes in Poland. the only Maria nuclear research reactor in Poland. In their scientific work, we deal with the experimental and theoretical search for the most fundamental laws of nature – participating in large research consortia, they look into the smallest components of matter and look far into the sky, using observational robots of our own construction. The Centre also conducts reactor research and work on nuclear fuel as well as the safety of nuclear installations. They examine the hot plasma for fusion energy of the future and develop methods for modifying materials. We conduct research for the protection of the environment and for safety. It is also preparing for the role of technical support organization (TSO) for the Polish nuclear program.