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'Pint of Science', la iniciativa que arrasa en los bares

Esther Barrena, researcher at the SURFACES group at ICMAB, participated in the Pint of Science Festival, in May 2015, and was interviewed by La Sexta Notícias. Esther Barrena and Ana Pérez gave a talk about the nanoworld, and made the audience discover what is invisible to the eyes. 

#11F2019 Arántzazu González in "L'informatiu" TVE1 for the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Arántzazu González, researcher from the ICMAB-CSIC, went on 11 February to a Primary School (Can Maiol) to talk to the students and visibilize women scientists, within the initative "Nuestras científicas: Jornada de investigadoras actuales y futuras" of the CSIC-Catalunya. The initiative appeared on the TVE1 news programme "L'informatiu" at 2 pm on 11 February 2019. Look at it here, from minute 16:04! 

A paper that converts waste heat into electricity produced at ICMAB

  • The device is composed of cellulose produced in the laboratory by bacteria, with small amounts of carbon nanotubes, resulting very sustainable
  • The device could be used to generate electricity in wearables, in medical and sports applications, and as intelligent thermal insulator

Anna Laromaine and the #Matheroes on TV ¡Qué animal! (La2 RTVE)

On Saturday, 5 October 2019, we could see in the programme ¡Qué animal! from La2 RTVE, the researcher Anna Laromaine, from the Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites group, talking about the "supermaterial" bacterial cellulose. The programme was about animals with superpowers, so our Matheroes: the supermaterials of the future, were also featured in it! Thank you to all the ¡Qué animal! team!

El ICMAB en la Fira d'Empreses UB

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El pasado 5 de mayo el ICMAB ha participado por tercera vez consecutiva en la Fira d'Empreses de la Universidad de Barcelona, organizada por las facultades de Física y Química de la UB. Como cada año, el objetivo principal del evento fue facilitar la inserción laboral de licenciados y másters de estos ámbitos y mejorar las relaciones de la UB con empresas e instituciones de los sectores de la innovación y las nuevas tecnologías. El evento ha sido muy participado por alumnos de ingeniería, licenciatura y mástres. En el stand del ICMAB encontraron información de los temas y líneas de investigación desarrollados en el instituto y las posibilidades de becas y prácticas disponibles.

ICMAB nanomaterials and minerals at the TV children's show "Catakrac" from Betevé

One of our workshops for primary school students called "Become a Materials Detective" is the star of the TV children's show "Catacrak" from Barcelona Televisió (betevé), showcasted on Sunday 31 March 2019! Students from the school "Escola Mestre Morera" from Barcelona came to ICMAB to participate in the activity, in which they are introduced to the nanoworld and to the daily life of minerals. Do you want to see the video?

ICMAB Researcher, Dr. Enric Canadell, elected member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona (RACAB)

On December 2017, Dr. Enric Canadell, Research Professor at the Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB), became elected memberof the Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona (RACAB). Two other researchers from CSIC, Dr. Xavier Querol (IDAEA-CSIC), and Dr. Francesc Piferrer (ICM-CSIC) were also elected, together with Dra. Fàtima Bosch (UAB) and Dr. Roderic Guigó (CRG).Finally, Dra. Fabiola Gianotti(CERN) was elected as correspondent member. 

Josep Fontcuberta joins the International Editorial Board of "Advanced Electronic Materials"

Advanced Electronic Materials is an interdisciplinary forum for peer-reviewed, high-quality, high-impact research in the fields of materials science, physics, and engineering of electronic and magnetic materials. It includes research on physics and physical properties of electronic and magnetic materials, spintronics, electronics, device physics and engineering, micro- and nano-electromechanical systems, and organic electronics, in addition to fundamental research.

Judit Morlà talks about the Coronavirus on “Som-hi” on TAC12 TV

On 2 April 2020, ICMAB researcher Judit Morlà, from the Molecular Nanoscience and Organic Materials (NANOMOL) group, had her first appearance in “Som-hi”. Her section aired on tac12, a TV channel that can be tuned in from any point in the Tarragonès and is also available online. “Som-hi” is a television magazine that offers local news and information as well as some light educative sections.

New Communication & Outreach Officer at ICMAB

From now on Anna May Masnou is the new Communication & Outreach Officer at ICMAB. Anna holds a PhD in Materials Science and Technology and is currently studying a postgraduate course in Science Communication.

The CSIC signs the Open Acess institutional mandate

On 29 March 2019, the Presidency of the CSIC signed the institutional mandate of Open Access. It is a strong impulse for the open access of different types of CSIC research results, including peer-reviewed publications and associated research data, through the DIGITAL.CSIC repository.

The NANOMOL group collaborates with the VHIR in the developement of a new nanomedicine for the treatment of a childhood cancer

Within the MOTHER project (Molecule-based materials and supramolecular organizations for therapy, diagnosis and tissue engineering), the NANOMOL group from ICMAB collaborates with the Vall d'Hebron Institute of Research (VHIR), on the developement of a new nanomedicine for the treatment of high risk neuroblastoma, one of the most typical childhood cancers. Now, researchers from VHIR have identified new microRNAs that reduce the progression of this type of cancer.

Urea substitutes noble metal catalysts for the photodegradation of organic pollutants

A new laser-based technique developed by the Institute of Materials Science (ICMAB-CSIC) uses urea, a common substance in the chemical industry and a low-cost alternative to noble metal co-catalysts, to enable a more efficient, one-step production of hybrid graphene-based organic-inorganic composite layers for environmental remediation; photodegradation of antibiotic contaminants from wastewater. The composition and chemical bonds of the urea-enriched thin layers were studied in detail using synchrotron light at the ALBA Synchrotron.

What does the future hold for chemistry?

The Nature Chemistry journal celebrates its 10th anniversary asking some scientists working in different areas fo chemistry what did they think about the future development of their main field of research: the most amazing, exciting, important or challenging aspects they think are the most relevant. 

Xavier Obradors i Teresa Puig, i els materials superconductors, al Quèquicom

Associat amb l'electricitat, el coure ha ajudat a canviar el món. A més de ser un bon conductor, alguns dels seus compostos són també superconductors. En els éssers vius és un transmissor d'electrons en moltes reaccions bioquímiques. També forma part de molts dels pigments verds i blaus de les pintures gòtiques i de vegades pot adquirir tonalitats elèctriques. El programa explica també per què és tan bon conductor i què és la llei d'Ohm.


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