Amanda Muñoz, master’s students at the N&N group, is participating on the nanoGUNE Winter School, which is held in the nanoGUNE facilities in San Sebastian (Spain). The School includes a combination of academic lectures, soft skills training sessions and hands-on lab practices. Amanda is learning about very diverse topics such us electrospinning, protein nanoparticles and photonics. We hope you enjoy the training and come back with fresh ideas!
Congratulations to our master students for their good marks and defences of their research projects! It has been a pleasure to have you in the group and we wish you both a lot of success in your future career!
María Jesús Sánchez Guisado
M.S. Student in Advanced Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University Autònoma de Barcelona
Title: Bacterial Nananocellulose as Bioactive Wound Dressing.
Supervisors: I.Anton, A.Laromaine and A.Roig
Date of defense: 09/07/2018
It has been a excellent experience here at ICMAB with N&N group. I have enjoyed working with all of you. Also I have gained a valuable experience!
Oriol Torrecilla Matencio
M.S. Student in in Applied Materials Chemistry, University of Barcelona.
Title: Actuable Bacterial Cellulose Nanocomposites
Supervisors: Dr. A. Laromaine and S. Roig
Date of Defense: 04/07/2018
“It has been a wonderful process of development, not just as a scientist but also as a person. I have got skills that for sure will help me throughout my career. Thanks N&N team!”
The academic year is over and we have to say goodbye to the master student María Jesús. As it is a tradition for the N&N group, María Jesús got a small present and a card from her lab-mates. We wish María Jesús a lot of success on her future career and persona projects!
This spring we have a new member in the N&N group: Gerrit, from Germany!
Hi, my name is Gerrit and I’m a master’s student of toxicology from Düsseldorf, Germany. In 2016, I got my bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical chemistry in Cologne. Now, I am glad to enter the Group of Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites for an internship of six months under the supervision of Dr. Anna Laromaine. My topic will be the investigation of the effects of cellulose on the nematode C. elegans and vice versa. I’m looking forward to meeting you!
Good luck with your project Gerrit and we all hope you enjoy your time at the N&N group!