Graphene is considered to be the material of the future for its extraordinary mechanical, optical and electronic properties. Nevertheless, it does not have magnetic properties, and although a way of handling these electrons or one its properties for application to new magneto-electronic devices has yet to be found, scientists in Madrid and the Basque Country have come up with a key answer.
The prestigious University College London has awarded Oihane Mitxelena, currently a PhD student at CEIT, the prize for best Master's Project for her study titled “Porphyrin-loaded magnetic microbubbles for targeted sonodynamic therapy”.
CTECHnano is a recently created company, promoted by nanoGUNE in a joint initiative with AVS and Cadinox companies, providing thin-film coating solutions. It is specialized in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology and it has a strong team to answer to customer´s needs.