Every year, the N&N group takes its group picture, this is the one for 2018!
Congratulations to the authors Martí Gich, Anna Roig (N&N group), Pengfei Niu (former member of the N&N group) and César Fernández‐Sánchez (N&N collaborator form the Barcelona Institute of Microelectronics) for their published paper “Metal Nanoparticle Carbon Gel Composites in Environment in Water Sensing Applications”. The Continue reading Hot off the press! Published paper on The Chemical Record
17th May, 2018 Every spring, ICMAB celebrates its anniversary with a party for all the members of the institute. This year the N&N group members participated in many of the purposed activities: orienteering race (second place for the team of Continue reading ICMAB party 2018
Congratulations to Anna Laromaine, Anna Roig and their collaborators from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Tina Tronser (first author) and Pavel A. Levkin for their new paper: Bacterial Cellulose Promotes Long-Term Stemness of mESC! This manuscript was published on ACS Applied Materials and Continue reading New paper from the group!
Every three months, the N&N group organizes a lab cleaning day, which is normally accompanied by a pizza lunch, but today there was a novelty: The first N&N Ping-Pong tournament! Congratulations to Anna Roig for being the winner and special Continue reading Lab cleaning, pizzas and ping-pong!
We congratulate Nerea Murillo and her supervisors Anna Roig and Concepció Domingo for the Extraordinary PhD Award (Premi Extraordinari de Doctorat) for her thesis entitled “MULTIFUNCTIONAL SILICA-BASED NANOPARTICLES FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS“. Nerea defended her PhD thesis at ICMAB on 2014, her project Continue reading Congratulations to Nerea Murillo for the Extraordinay PhD Award!
Congratulations to the authors: Anna Laromaine, Tina Tronser, Ivana Pini, Sebastià Parets, Pavel A. Levkin and Anna Roig for their new publication on Soft Matter. The paper entitled “Free-standing three-dimensional hollow bacterial cellulose structures with controlled geometry via patterned superhydrophobic–hydrophilic surfaces” Continue reading Hot of the press! New article about Bacterial Cellulose