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Researchers share the results of their investigation on polymeric electrolytic membranes in UABDivulga.
The first call for Frontier Interdisciplinary Projects within the Smart FUNctional materials for a better FUTURE (FUNFUTURE) Severo Ochoa Programme boosts 7 new collaborative projects.
The FIP are an internal call of proposals for researchers of the Institute aimed for the development of both experimental and theoretical frontier interdisciplinary research projects through the exploration of innovative and radical novel ideas, the development of new methodologies or the reinterpretation of already established paradigms in the field of new functional materials.
The main association for scientific communication in Catalunya welcomes its new Vicepresident!
Inspiraciencia, the short stories contest of CSIC, which brings together science and literature, is back once again. The stories can be submitted from 9 April until 13 June in Spanish, Catalan, Galician or Basque.
The 10alamenos9 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Festival at UAB Campus will take place on 22 April 2021 in an online format with UAB Nanoscience Alumni and Research Centers.
ASTIP, acronym for Alba Science, Technology and Innovation Park, is one of the Next Generation EU proposals, planning to create a large advanced research center next to the ALBA Synchrotron.
ICMAB Researcher Ferran Vallès covers the fundamentals of superconductivity in this new video. In particular, the quantum levitation phenomenon.
Doctor Osnat Zapata from the Nanostructured Materials for Optoelectronics and Energy Harvesting (NANOPTO) group at ICMAB, defended his PhD thesis titled "Improving the performance of organic thermoelectrics" on Friday, 26 March 2021 in an online session. Congrats!
The two positions will support the NCD-SWEET beamline in a collaboration between the ALBA Synchrotron and ICMAB’s SUMAN Group on Superconducting Materials.
ICMAB researchers collaborate in this project that is trying to create scientific vocations by teaching nanoscience to primary school kids.
The “Valida la teva Recerca” programme offers tools to approach the transference to the market.
J. Mater. Chem. C, 9, 3486 - 3492 (2021)
Launch of the cross-european PHOENIX project, which will provide a new infrastructure available to research laboratories, SMEs and start-ups to facilitate the transfer of nano-pharmaceuticals from the laboratory to clinical practice. PHOENIX will have a duration of 4 years and a total budget of 14.45 million euros. Two CSIC Institutes, ICMAB (CSIC) and INMA (CSIC-UNIZAR), and one CSIC spin-off, Nanomol Technologies, participate in the project.
A talk on entrepreneurship for scientists helps broaden the professional horizons of PhD Researchers
Unit U6 of NANBIOSIS (Biomaterial Processing and Nanostructuring Unit) has expanded its capabilities with two new instruments for the characterization unit. The new equipment will allow the characterization of some physico-chemical properties of different nanomaterials.
Calci, sodi i carboni: materials per a l'electricitat del futur (CCMA, 324, 20/03/2021)
Materials for the energy of the future: superconductors, batteries, and thermoelectricity. Main characters for three nights in a row in TV prime time.
We are happy to organize and invite you to the following ERC Session at ICMAB:
ERC 2021 – A new panel in PE domain: PE11-Materials Engineering
by Dr. Alina Maria TOMOIAGĂ – Project Advisor, European Research Council Executive Agency, Physical Sciences and Engineering Unit
Thursday, 25 March 2020, from 3 pm to 5 pm
Online Invited Seminar by Zoom. Register here to attend.
The organization offers a younger point of view on science and science policy.
The Young Academy of Europe is an organization that brings together young scientists and scholars from all parts of Europe that have outspoken views about science and science policy. It’s a bottom-up organization that develops networking activities, as well as advocacy, science policy and scientific exchanges.
Hello everyone! I’m Nicoló and I’m an Industrial Biotechnology master’s student in Turin, Italy. I just joined the Nanomol group, under the supervision of Dr. Nora Ventosa, in order to complete my master thesis on the application of nanomaterials in the medical field. I’m very excited about this project and I hope I can contribute to it and broaden my knowledge in this field. I love music and doing sport in my free time, particularly cycling and running. I’m looking forward to have an amazing time at ICMAB, see you all around!
ICMAB participates in a project that wants to significantly improve the energy density, cost and sustainability of lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. Batteries with such improved parameters are highly sought-after in the growing electric vehicle (EV) industry.