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CIC nanoGUNE launches Simune, an atomic-scale simulations service for companies

16/04/2013

Simune will contribute to solving technological problems saving both, time and costs.The service will be provided by nanoGUNE’s Theory group and will be initially focused towards energy and electronics.

Raul Perez-Jimenez, new nanoGUNE Nanobiomechanics Group Leader

21/03/2013

Starting on 1 February, Dr. Raul Perez-Jimenez, coming from Columbia University (USA), has taken on his new responsabilities as Ikerbasque Research Professor and Leader of the Nanobiomechanics Group at nanoGUNE.

Review on diffusion phenomena in ALD, highlighted by Semiconductor Science and Technology

14/03/2013

Semiconductor Science and Technology has selected Mato Knez’s review on Diffusion phenomena in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) as a highlight of 2012. The magazine’s annual selection by the Editorial Board “represents the breadth and excellence of the work published in 2012. All articles were selected for their presentation of outstanding research, popularity with their online readership and high praise from referees”.

Nanotechnology: Electron beam lithography scheme suits tobacco mosaic virus

26/02/2013

Nanotechnology highlights nanoGUNE’s Self-Assembly Group’s research as the “Publisher’s Pick”. A feature about the original paper has been published at the “Lab talk” section and an interview to José María Alonso has been included.

New technology in the magnetic cooling of chips

20/02/2013

A team of CIC nanoGUNE researchers has participated in the development of a new technology that will enable the environmental impact to be minimized. The work has been published in the prestigious journal Nature Materials.

Mato Knez: "Nanomaterials with practical applications in the Basque industry"

06/02/2013

[Published at www.nanobasque.eu] Technology has evolved so much recently that Basque consumers take for granted that within a few years they will be able to purchase televisions, tablets and computers with ultrafine flexible screens that will be able to be rolled up.

J.M. Pitarke: "Nanotechnology will give us more for less"

20/12/2012

[www.nanobasque.eu] José María Pitarke, Director General of CIC nanoGUNE, has turned the center he runs into a world reference in a very short time, with remarkable successes as the founding of Graphenea, one of the few companies worldwide capable of producing graphene. Pitarke says nanotechnology will help basque companies open new knowledge-intensive industrial sectors

Waveguides: Bottom-Up Tailoring of Plasmonic Nanopeapods Making Use of the Periodical Topography of Carbon Nanocoil Templates

19/12/2012

The journal Advanced Functional Materials (Wiley VCH) has highlighted the article published by Q. Yong et al. (Adv. Funct. Mater. 2012, 22, 5157; DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201201791) on the back cover of their current issue. The published work is the result of an international collaboration of nanoGUNE’s Nanomaterials research group, led by Dr. Mato Knez, with four well-reputed research institutions: the Institute of Coal Chemistry (China), the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (Germany), and the École Polytechnique de Montréal (Canada).

SMALL: Enhanced Catalytic Activity for Methanol Electro-oxidation

28/11/2012

The Nanomaterials research group at nanoGUNE, led by Dr. Mato Knez, in collaboration with scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Max Plank Institute of Microstructure Physics, describes in a recent article [ X. Tong et al., Small, 8, 22, 3390 (2012)] the results of a collaborative study on the high-precision synthesis of supported catalytic nanoparticles. The article has been featured on the back cover of the journal SMALL.

Crystallography drives Exchange Bias in epitaxial Co/CoO bilayer films

15/11/2012

In a recent article, published in Physical Review Letters (PRL 109, 177205 (2012)) researchers from the Nanomagnetism group and Electron-Microscopy laboratory at nanoGUNE have reported on the crystallography-driven appearance of positive exchange bias in epitaxial Co/CoO bilayers.

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