BRAAVOO will design an unmanned surveying vessel and marine buoy that carry biosensors to monitor marine pollutants
BRAAVOO will enable low-cost real-time measurements and has the potential to simplify marine environmental monitoring. The team led by CSIC Research Prof. Laura M. Lechuga, partner of the project and Group Leader at ICN2, is especially involved in the implementation of nanoinmunosensors based on a technology patented and licensed through CSIC by the ICN2 Group.
Members of ICN2 Theoretical and Computational Nanoscience Group unveil an unprecedented spin relaxation mechanism unique to graphene, and related with entanglement of spin and pseudospin quantum degrees of freedom in presence of weak spin-orbit coupling effects. This phenomenon revisits years of controversies and opens a new window into the challenge of manipulating spin degree of freedom in future information-processing technologies.
ICN2-sponsored Session Nanodevices for Societal Challenges analysed at TNT 2014 the future of nanotechnology
The Session gathered experts from around Europe in the areas of Biosensors, Theory, ICT and Energy. It was an opportunity to celebrate the Severo Ochoa accreditation in the context of a first-line international event.
Members of ICN2 Nanostructures Functional Materials Group published a series of works developing robust nanoparticles based on coordination polymers for application on theranostics (therapy + diagnosis). They opened a wide variety of possibilities into high added-value medical applications.