Nobel Prize winner M. Stanley Whittingham will visit iMATUS on November 16

Nobel Prize winner M. Stanley Whittingham will visit iMATUS on November 16 at around 10:30 in the morning. Prof. Wittingham will travel to Santiago de Compostela to participate in various events within the framework of the Conciencia program, coordinated by our colleague Jorge Mira. https://www.usc.gal/gl/awareness-program/stanley-whittingham All iMATUS members are invited to the event, which will […]

iMATUS is an official partner of the Advanced Materials 2030 Initiative

Advanced Materials 2030 Initiative is a European initiative to outline what the materials of the coming decades should be and how to create the necessary ecosystem to design, prepare, use and recycle them within the framework of the ecological and digital transition of an increasingly sustainable society. The “Materials 2030 Manifesto” is considered the roadmap […]

Researchers from iMATUS and CIQUS will create silicon anodes for batteries using 3D printing.

Researchers Pablo Taboada, Silvia Barbosa, Gerardo Prieto and Adriana Cambón (iMATUS), and Pablo del Pino, Beatriz Pelaz and Ester Polo (CIQUS) will create silicon anodes for batteries by 3D printing within the project “Silicon-Based MOF-Derived Nanomaterials for Additive Manufacturing by 3D Printing of the Next Generation of Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes (MOFSiAN)”, belonging to the call […]

We already have the iMATUS Thesis Pitch winners held on July 21.

The iMATUS Thesis Pitch held on July 21, have been recognized by the jury as the winners to: Bastián Carnero Groba, Fátima Mariño Fernández y Mariana Zarur. Photograph of all the participants of the event iMATUS Thesis Pitch winners with the jury. Photograph of the winners together with the rest of the participants and the […]