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06 May 2024

13 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral positions in the 2nd DocFam+ call

13 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral positions in the 2nd DocFam+ call

On 2nd May 2024, the second call for doctoral contracts within the DocFam+ (Doctoral training programme in Functional Advanced Materials) MSCA-COFUND coordinated by ICMAB-CSIC will open. 

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Rationalizing the carborane versus phenyl-driven luminescence in related dicarboxylic ligands and their antenna effect for their Eu3+ and Tb3+ metal–organic frameworks: a combined experimental and computational study

Rationalizing the carborane versus phenyl-driven luminescence in related dicarboxylic ligands and their antenna effect for their Eu3+ and Tb3+ metal–organic frameworks: a combined experimental and computational study

10 May 2024

 

Replacement of a phenyl moiety by a carborane in 1,3-di(4-carboxyphenyl) derivatives has a pronounced effect on the photophysical properties of the compounds themselves and their corresponding Eu3+ and Tb3+ metal organic frameworks.

Zhen Li, Claudio Roscini, Rosario Núñez, Francesc Teixidor, Clara Viñas, Eliseo Ruiz and José Giner Planas

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2024,12, 2101-2109

DOI: 10.1039/D3TC04018F


Nanomedicine preclinical researcher position in Nano4Rare project

The Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) is a multidisciplinary research center focused on cutting-edge research in functional advanced materials in the fields of ENERGY, ELECTRONICS, NANOMEDICINE and application fields

DEADLINE: 28 June 2024

Doctoral Candidate position in Synthesis-structure-performance correlations in Prussian Blue Analogues as positive electrode active materials for Na-ion batteries in the RIDERS mainframe

The Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) is a multidisciplinary research center focused on cutting-edge research in functional advanced materials in the fields of ENERGY, ELECTRONICS, NANOMEDICINE and application fields yet to imagine.

DEADLINE: 30 June 2024

Doctoral Candidate position in the Doctoral Network of the EIFFEL (EffIcient Fullerene-Free Organic Solar Cells)

The Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) is a multidisciplinary research center focused on cutting-edge research in functional advanced materials in the fields of ENERGY, ELECTRONICS, NANOMEDICINE and application fields yet to imagine.

DEADLINE: 15 May 2024

05 March 2024

New animal model created to study Parkinson's disease before neurodegeneration appears

A research team in which ICMAB-CSIC has participated has managed to generate and validate a new animal model.  This model enables the examination of the initial phases of Parkinson's disease, occurring prior to the onset of motor symptoms, and the exploration of molecular processes preceding neuronal degeneration. The new model, based on the Caenorhabditis elegans worm, emerges as an essential tool in creating future therapies aimed at stopping the characteristic loss of neuronal structure and function seen in the disease.  
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Víctor Blanco Martínez

Hello! I'm Víctor, a last year Nanoscience and Nanotechnology student at UAB. I will be doing my bachelor thesis with the LASER group about the syn...

Javier Ordóñez

Hello, I am Javier Ordóñez, from Mexico. I obtained my Ph.D. in Chemistry in Mexico City (UNAM). I am a Marie-Curie postdoctoral researcher and wil...

Diego Gutiérrez

Hello!  My name is Diego, coming back to ICMAB. I am happy to be here again to work in e-MolMat group. I was born in Colombia but I've be...

David Coronel Meneses

Hello! I am a biochemical engineer, I am currently studying for my doctorate in biotechnology at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. I am current...

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