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Visita a les instalacions de l'Institut: Dimecres, 6 d'abril, 10:30

Visita a les instalacions de l'Institut: Dimecres, 6 d'abril, 10:30. Confirmar assistencia al email: transfer@icmab.es

Taller de nanociència. Anna May i Pol Sallés: Dilluns 4 i dimarts 5 d’abril 13.00 – 15.00 Hall C5 facultat de ciències.
Productes comercials basats en nanotecnologia. Experiments i demonstracions (nanokits).

Conferencies / Nanodiàlegs. Anna Laromaine: Dimarts 5 d’abril, 10.30 -13.00, Sala d’actes de la facultat de ciències. 


Presentarán el NanoKit (el maletín del ICMAB) con diferentes nanomateriales que producen los diferentes grupos del ICMAB, y hablarán de los productos donde la nanotecnología juega un papel importante, del impacto de la nanotecnología en la sociedad y los medios de comunicación, y sobre el boom de la nanotecnología en estos últimos años. 


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