Author: Irene Anton

Sole Roig gave a talk at the 4th International Conference of Natural Fibers

Last 1st to 3rd July 2019, the PhD fellow Soledad Roig attended the 4th International Conference of Natural Fibers that took place in Porto (Portugal). There, she presented an interesting oral contribution with the title: “Multilayer bacterial cellulose with confined nanoparticle distribution” which was based on her most recent published work.

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Hot off the press: paper on Preformed Human Serum Albumin Corona on Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

Congratulations to all the authors of the paper Insights into Preformed Human Serum Albumin Corona on Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: Structure, Effect of Particle Size, Impact on MRI Efficiency, and Metabolization! This work was published online the 19th June 2019 in the journal Applied Biomaterials from the American Society of Chemistry. Do not miss it!

Great moments at the ICMAB party 2019!

The N&N members were very active participants at the activities organized for the ICMAB party 2019. We all enjoyed very much the orienteering race, the cooking competition, the concert and the ping pong tournament! Also, the original creations of Amanda, Natalia and Jan were very popular at the video and pictures contests. Good job guys!

The N&N group wishes you a happy Sant Jordi day!

 The 23rd of April is la Diada de Sant Jordi  in Catalunya and it is celebration of culture and love which are represented by books and roses. Today at ICMAB we celebrated Sant Jordi with a book exchange activity. 

Since Sant Jordi is linked to reading, here is our recommended read of the day: a enjoyable mini-review to gain insight aobut the huge promise of bacterial nanocellulose in biomedicine. 

The N&N group wishes you all a happy Sant Jordi Day!



Hot off the press: new review about bacterial nanocellulose to treat epithelial tissues

We are happy to announce that our new review “Opportunities of Bacterial Cellulose to Treat Epithelial Tissues” is out and ready to download! This paper has been published on the journal “Current Drug Targets” on a special issue dedicated to Nanotechnology in Biomedical Applications. Do not miss this nice summary about the promising diverse applications of bacterial nanocellulose in regenerative medicine!