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Jose Giner and the reversible 2D/3D flexible porous structures in the radio

The radio program "Luciérnagas" interviewed José Giner from the Inorganic Materials and Catalysis Group (LMI) to talk about the recent paper publised in Advanced Materials on the flexible materials that switch from nano-porous 3D to 2D structures in a reversible way. Listen to the interview in this post:

Aug 3, 2018

Luciérnagas is a science outreach programme in Radio Santa María de Toledo, which airs on Tuesday, at 10:40 pm, presented by Dante Cáceres

Reference article: An Unprecedented Stimuli Controlled Single-crystal Reversible Phase Transition of a Metal-Organic Framework and its Application to a Novel Method of Guest Encapsulation. Fangchang Tan, Ana López-Periago, Mark E. Light, Jordi Cirera, Eliseo Ruiz, Alejandro Borrás, Francesc Teixidor, Clara Viñas, Concepción Domingo, José Giner Planas* Advanced Materials. May 2018. DOI: 10.1002/adma.201800726.

Watch the video featuring these materials here:

This research was featured in many newspapers and online media:

Figure: Jose Giner with Ana M. López-Periago (Ramón y Cajal Researcher) and Fangchang Tan (PhD fellow), who participated in the study. 

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