CiQUS-LEGOCHIP researchers Diego Peña, Jesús Castro and Manuel Vilas participated in the II Nanocar Race, as part of the Sancar team, with researchers from the Materials Physics Center (San Sebastian).
Chemical separations are critical to almost every aspect of our daily lives, from the energy we use to the medications we take, but consume 10-15% of the total energy used in the world. It has been estimated that highly selective membranes could make these separations 10-times more energy efficient and save 100 million tonnes/year of carbon dioxide emissions and £3.5 billion in energy costs annually (US DoE).
The CSIC research in Cancer which include the LEGOCHIP project has been highlighted in the Constantes y Vitales portal web of the Spanish TV La Sexta.
The LEGOCHIP project has been highlighted in a prestigious outreach magazine from the Spanish Research Council “CSIC Investiga”
Advances and perspectives in various research and technology fields are being discussed in the “Clustering and Global Challenges” (CGC2021) international online conference (7-9 April, 2021).
The Biosensors for Pandemics Conference will be streamed worldwide, joining top international researchers to discuss how new nanotech diagnostic systems can help in health emergency situations.
LEGOCHIP highlighted at the ICN2 website
The kick off meeting was celebrated virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions on 2020.05.14