CERN Latvia Group meeting, 12.02.2020.
Photo: Riga Technical University
The National contact point for CERN in Latvia was established as a part of the Protocol to the ICA between Latvia and CERN. The duties of the national contact point form a crucial part of the portfolio of activities of the HEP&AT Centre.
The National contact point is involved in the following national and international activities:
The National contact point coordinates the following activities:
CERN projects where Latvian stakeholders are in the capacity of partners
Scientists believe there’s more to discover in the field of nuclear medicine, but the challenges involved in securing a steady supply of radioactive isotopes that are of potential medical interest has been a restraining factor on research.
The Production of High Purity Isotopes by Mass Separation for Medical Application (PRISMAS-MAP) project is a CERN coordinated H2020 project proposal in the submission stage.