Tag: Muling Zeng



Muling Zeng has spent three years in our group and tomorrow will be her big day!

She will defend a PhD thesis entitled  “Bacterial cellulose: fabrication, characterization and biocompatibility studies”

muling23rd September 2014 11:00am
 Sala d’Actes ICMAB

Thesis supervisors: Anna Laromaine & Anna Roig





Muling Zheng attended the 2013 Chunhui Science Conference

altMuling attended the 2013 Chunhui Science Conference (26th June – 2nd July, Dalian, China) (www.chinaocs.com). The conference was organized by the Science and Technology Ministry and Education Ministry of China. Its purpose is to introduce a number of advanced technologies and projects overseas of high-level talents to return China. 1,270 overseas students were selected. Muling was the only representative from Spain. 28 provinces and municipalities have been enrolled in this conference. China is offering a very strong economical support for  students abroad.

Elisa Carenza and Muling Zeng represented ICMAB at Nobel Campus “Chemistry for Life”.

nobel campusLast 1st to 4th of July took place in Tarragona the Nobel Campus “Chemistry for Life”. ICMAB was represented by two students Elisa Carenza and Muling Zeng.

They had the chance to interact with Nobel Laureates as Sidney Altman, Ryoji Noyori, Barry Sharpless, Aaron Ciechanover, Richard R. Schrock y Ada E.Yonath.

Prof. Ada E. Yonath was appointed as mentor of Elisa Carenza and Muling Zeng. They had the opportunity to present their work to Prof. Ada E. Yonath and she provided feedback and advice for their future career.

 Overall some extraordinary scientific days!

Congratulations to Elisa and Muling!

ceicsElisa Carenza and Muling Zeng selected to participate at the Nobel Campus in the framework of the Campus of International Excellence of Southern Catalonia (http://www.ceics.eu//). They will have the privilege to meet and present their work to Nobel laureates such as Prof. Sydney Altman, Prof. Ryoji Noyori, Prof. K.Barry Sharpless, Prof. Richard Schrock, Prof. Aaron Ciechanover and Prof. Ada E. Yonath.