Hot off the press: paper about magnetic wood

Congratulations to the authors: Jana S. Segmehl, Anna Laromaine, Tobias Keplinger, Anna May-Masnou, Ingo Burgertab and Anna Roig for their new publication entitled: Magnetic wood by in situ synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles via a microwave-assisted route. The paper was first published on 9th of March Continue reading Hot off the press: paper about magnetic wood

Hot off the press: Accepted paper in Nanotoxicology!

We congratulate the autos Laura Gonzalez-Moragas, Si-Ming Yu, Núria Benseny-Cases, Stephen Stürzenbaum, Anna Roig and Anna Laromaine for their recently accepted paper: Toxicogenomics of iron oxide nanoparticles in the nematode C. elegans. This research arises from a collaboration of the N&N group, Continue reading Hot off the press: Accepted paper in Nanotoxicology!

First accepted manuscript of 2017, in CHEMISTRY – A European Journal

A recent manuscript entitled “A recoverable ruthenium aqua complex supported onto silica particles: an efficient epoxidation catalyst“, by M. Isabel Romero, Ingrid Ferrer, Xavier Fontrodona, Anna Roig and Montserrat Rodríguez, has been accepted in CHEMISTRY – A European Journal (Accepted manuscript online: 11 Continue reading First accepted manuscript of 2017, in CHEMISTRY – A European Journal

Just accepted manuscript in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

The paper “Electrochemically active thin carbon films with enhanced adhesion to silicon substrates” (Pengfei Niu, Laura Asturias-Arribas, Martí Gich, César Fernández-Sánchez, and Anna Roig) has been published online as a Just Accepted Manuscript in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b07347). 

Martí Gich has participated in a study published today in Science

In this study, authors demonstrate the formation of oriented piezoelectrically active α-quartz thin films directly on silicon. Films are prepared by dip-coating from alcohol/ water solutions of soluble silicic acid precursors plus surfactant or block copolymer structure-directing agents. Solvent evaporation drives the self-assembly of amorphous silica films composed Continue reading Martí Gich has participated in a study published today in Science