Institutes and Universities
         

R&D in Slovenia

Forewords

Visitors to Slovenia

The Slovenian Government

Industrial R&D

Credits

 

31 The Universe of Human Values:
a Structural, Develop mental and Societal Model

34 Clinical Implications of Genetic Polymorphism in Xenobiotic Metabolism
HUMAN CYP2D6 GENE POLYMORPHISM IN SLOVENE CANCER PATIENTS AND HEALTH CONTROLS

41 Studying Living Creatures has been a Basic Human Need Since Time Immemorial

44 Slovene Agriculture and European Integration

52 Animal Breeding - from a Quantitative to Molecular Approach

56 The Research Group of Plant Physiology. Its Meaning to Science, Our Profession, and Student Training

60 Building on Low Bearing Capacity Soils

66 QASKI- System for Quality Assurance in the National Institute of Chemistry

70 Seeing is Believing
Electron microscopy in diagnostic and biological sciences

73 Hard, Corrosion and Oxidation Resistant Coatings
Thin films and surfaces - basics for materials
research and industrial applications

 

78 Bov-B long interspersed repeated DNA (LINE) se quences are present in Vipera ammodytes
phospholipase A2 genes and in genomes of Viperidae snakes

86 Intelligent Systems and Agents to the Rescue

90 Marine Biological Station

96 The Slovenian Science Foundation (SSF) is an
independent, non-profit institution.

100 Ljubljana
Technology Park

106 StajerskaTechnology Park in Pesnica Near Maribor

111 A New Generation of Anemometers Developed in Slovenia

114 Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Panels for Roadway Support

120 Our Vision, Values and Mission are Planned so as to Ensure Sound Operations Based on a Policy of Service Quality
CENTRE FOR HYGIENE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY
CENTRE FOR MICROBIOLOGY