A new cheap and efficient method to improve SERS, an ultra-sensitive chemical detection technique

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Materials Today´s cover highlights the research work developed by CiQUS researchers, which developed a new method to overcome the problems of Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS), an ultra-sensitive analytical technique able to detect chemicals in very low concentration, even up to single molecules, and also to retrieve structural information. SERS high sensitivity comes from the […]

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Professor Carlos Diéguez has been awarded with the 2015 Geoffrey Harris prize by the European Society of Endocrinology

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The Professor of Physiology and Director of the Centre for Research in Molecular Medicine and Chronic Diseases (CIMUS), Carlos Diéguez, has recently been awarded the 2015 Geoffrey Harris prize by the European Society of Endocrinology. The award is aimed at renowned researchers in the field of Neuroendocrinology and it is considered the first of its […]

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Looking at the future with a fine toothcomb… Polymer nanostructures for biomedical applications

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you a project that is coordinated from Eduardo Fernández Megía, named Polymer nanostructures for biomedical applications.

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In the laboratory with… Fernando J. López García, a tenured CSIC scientist and CIQUS researcher

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In the laboratory with… is a place where we present the talent and excellence of Campus Vida researchers weekly by means of five questions. Today we introduce you to Fernando José López García, belonging to the research group Mascareñas – López – Vázquez of CIQUS and Tenured CSIC Scientist.

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Campus Vida participates in the TRANSBIO (Transnational Bio-cluster of the South-Western Area) of the European Territorial Cooperation Programme

  • August 2, 2013
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The Programming Committee of the European Territorial Cooperation Programme, of the SW European Area, has just approved the TRANSBIO (Transnational Bio-cluster of the South-Western Area), of which Campus Vida is a partner.

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CIQUS Professor José Luis Mascareñas obtains an Advanced Grant

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His research aims at the development of metal-catalyzed processes that can be efficiently accomplished in physiological media and even in living environments. METBIOCAT, the project presented by José Luis Mascareneñas Cid, who currently leads a highly competitive research group at the CIQUS, has been selected to receive one of the most prestigious European research grant, the ERC […]

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In the laboratory with… Dora Blanco Heras, a teacher at the USC and a CITIUS researcher

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Name and surname(s): Dora Blanco Heras Post / Research Group: Tenured University Lecturer / the Computer Architecture Group Institution: CITIUS

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Looking at the future with a fine toothcomb… Development of new thermoelectric materials based on two-dimensional nanostructures

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Get to personally know how the future will be. Our researchers present you with their most promising research lines which will help improve quality of life and create jobs, wealth and social and economic development. Today we present you with a project coordinated from CIQUS which investigates the development of technologies that substantially improve the […]

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CIQUS success in the V CIQUS SUSCHEM Awards for Chemistry Young Investigators – 2013

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Felix Freire was the winner in the category “POSTDOC” to the best scientific publication in 2012, and two of the three finalists in the same category are also linked to CIQUS. Furthermore, a recent CIQUS PhD. was a finalist in the category of “PREDOC”.

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The news of the week… MestreLab, a spin-off from the USC, reaches the Pentagon

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Harvard, Princeton, Georgetown, Oxford and Cambridge, MIT, the American Atomic Agency, CSIC, the French Research Agency, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer. And even the Pentagon. These are some of the top organisations which use a nuclear magnetic resonance software which emerged in the Organic Chemistry Laboratories at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), has […]

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