The Scientific Advisory Board of the Severo-Ochoa Program visits the ICMAB
Today and tomorrow (November 21-22) we have at ICMAB the members of the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) of the Severo-Ochoa program, formed by internationally highly recognised researchers.
For this reason, this morning the coordinators of each Research Line have presented the main highlights, objectives and future perspectives of each Research Line. In the afternoon, the SAB members, guided by a PhD Student, had the opportunity to learn about the on-going research of each Research Group, with the help of the dedicated posters.
Our group had four posters on show:
- Bacterial cellulose, a biopolymer with a myriad of potential applications
- Evaluating inorganic nanoparticles in vivo on Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans)
- Nanomaterials designed for pro-angiogenic therapies aimed at neurorepair after a stroke
- Multiferroic ε-Fe2O3 films at room temperature
News at ICMAB webpage here.