PLANT HEALING, a project lead by Dr. Anna Laromaine from the Group Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites at the Institut of Materials Science in Barcelona (ICMAB) and in collaboration with the Group of Bacterial pathogens and plant cell death from the Center Continue reading LLAVOR Project was awarded to the Group NN
Congratulations Jan! Today we announce that the previous work of the PhD student Jan Grzelak has been recently published on the journal Nanomaterials . This work is based on the Bachelor’s project he did in Warsaw under the supervision of Dr. Wiktor Lewandowski. Continue reading Published paper about Jan’s work in Warsaw
On Tuesday 3rd October, Anna Roig received the Albus Award 2017, by Grifols, to develop a project on “Albumin iron-oxide nanocages”. The Awards Ceremony took place at the Grifols Museum, which is located in the same building where the Grifols company started their activities, in 1940. Every Continue reading Anna Roig receives the Albus Award for her project on “Albumin iron-oxide nanocages”
Last week, our group members Luo Zhongrui, Genís Rabost and Anna Laromaine worked on the beam line MIRAS at the synchrothron ALBA in collaboration with Núria Benseny. We visualized C. elegans by FTIR and analyzed their tissues. They also had Continue reading N&N membres working at ALBA synchrothron
Congratulations to our students for their excellent marks in their Research Projects! Ander Arbide Undergraduate Student Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, UAB Title: Thin film C/SiO2 electrodes: detection of heavy metals in water Supervisor: Martí Gich and César Fernández Mark: 9.1/10 Date of Continue reading High marks for our M.S. and Undegraduate Students!
On the 19th of July of 2017, the second internal call of the Frontier Interdisciplinary Projects (FIP) within the FUNMAT Severo Ochoa program was resolved with very good news for the N&N group! Two researcher from the group, Anna Roig and Martí Gich, will participate in Continue reading Two Frontier Interdisciplinary Projects for the N&N group!
A sensor platform to detect heavy metals has been developed within the COMMON SENSE project and presented during its final event, last Friday 27th January. The partners that participated in the development of this sensor platform are Dublin City University (DCU), DropSens, Continue reading Heavy metals sensor platform developed during the COMMON SENSE project
On Friday, January 27, there will be a public and free event to present the final results of the COMMON SENSE project on “Demonstration of next generation sensors for advanced real-time ocean observation“. This event will closure the COMMON SENSE project, in which the Continue reading Final COMMON SENSE meeting and public event: Next generation sensors for ocean observation.
Jordi, student of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at UAB, will present his work entitled “Techniques for Bacterial Cellulose Production, Modification and Characterisation“, next January 19th, at 9.30 am, at Sala de Graus II C5/1068 (Science Faculty, UAB). Jordi has been with Continue reading Jordi Floriach Clark will present his work on “Techniques for Bacterial Cellulose Production, Modification and Characterisation” at UAB