Albumin-coated SPIONs: An experimental and theoretical evaluation of protein conformation, binding affinity, and competition with serum proteins, by Siming Yu, Alex Perálvarez-Marín, Caterina Minelli, Jordi Faraudo, Anna Roig* and Anna Laromaine*, has just been accepted for publication in Nanoscale, DOI: 10.1039/C6NR01732K. Among Continue reading Hot off the press at Nanoscale!
Anna Roig ha visitat EINA-Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art de Barcelona en el marc del programa ‘Un investigador a la teva aula’, on les investigadores i els investigadors de l’ICMAB s’acosten als centres educatius i porten els nous materials a les aules.
El treball final de grau “TIO2/Au nanoparticles on bacterial cellulose substrates for photocatalytic applications” d’en Pol ha estat guardonat amb el Premi Xavier Domingo de la Universitat de Barcelona en la seva quarta edició. El Premi Xavier Domingo reconeix els millors treballs de Continue reading Premi pel Treball Final de Grau d’en Pol Sallés
Anna gave the presentation “Implications of surface coating SPIONs with a pre-form protein corona” at the HINT Workshop “Nanostructured materials: coatings, surface, bioceramics/-composites membranes” that has taken place in Vilnius, Lithuania 14-16th March 2016. She also participated in the Management Committee Continue reading Anna Roig participates at a HINT Cost Meeting in Vilnius
Today, 11 February, is the first International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day created by the United Nations to emphasise the importance of women in science and to rise the gender equality in the scientific world. The women and Continue reading N&N Group joints the celebration of the first International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2016
This first test using natural Mediterranean seawater has shown that the method and electrodes worked correctly. Studies were done at the Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC) in the Aquaria and Experimental Chambers (ZAE) facilities. The water salinity of the Continue reading COMMON SENSE RESULTS: First test of the newly developed heavy metal sensors for Cd and Pb in natural sea water samples
Laura has graduated from the ‘Màster en Direcció i Organització Industrial’ of EUSS – Escola Universitària Salesiana de Sarrià -. Her master thesis proposed a scale up fabrication process for iron oxide nanoparticles including a business plan. Yesterday she received Continue reading Laura González Graduation Ceremony
The work has resulted from a collaboration between the ICMAB, the CNM and the company Dropsens. Screen-printed electrodes made of a bismuth nanoparticle porous carbon nanocomposite material applied to the detection of heavy metals (Pengfei Niu, César Fernández-Sánchez,* Martí Gich,* Carla Navarro-Hernández, Pablo Fanjul-Bolado, and Continue reading New paper accepted in Microchimica Acta
NanoBio&Med 2015 to be held in Barcelona 18-20 Nov is going to present the most recent international developments in the field of Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine and will provide a platform for multidisciplinary communication, new cooperations and projects to participants from Continue reading Anna Roig will present at NanoBio&Med2015
Dr. Maria Alejandra Ortega graduated with a thesis in “Development and validation of an optofluidic ultra-sensitive platform for specific and selective detection of relevant tumor markers in oncology” at the The Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO).