Nora Ventosa's lab
José Vidal-Gancedo's lab
Imma Ratera's lab
Marta Mas-Torrent's lab
Nanomol group has obtained funding from La Marató (TV3) for a project on infectious diseases. The project is entitled "Prevention of infections related to vascular catheters by means of the functionalization of catheters impregnated with thermally switchable hydrogels with broad spectrum antimicrobials (FUNCATH)" and is coordinated by the medical doctor Oriol Gasch from Parc Taulí. The contribution of the Nanomol group is lead by Dr. Imma Ratera.
Dr. Francesc Bejarano obtained his PhD on 26th october with his thesis entitled "Molecular conductors and switches for electronics: in solution and on surface studies", supervised by Dr. Núria Crivillers Clusella and Prof. Concepció Rovira Angulo.
Serena Maglione had the viva voce of her thesis "Preparation of electroactive self-assembled monolayers for the fabrication of advanced electronic devices" on Friday 27th April. The supervisors of her work were Concepció Rovira and Marta Mas-Torrent from the Nanomol group.
Microemulsions are extensively used in advanced material and chemical processing. However, considerable amounts of surfactant are needed for their formulation, which is a drawback due to both economic andecological reasons.
NANOMOL Group has been accredited with the TECNIO certification as a Technology Developer Organization, until 2019.