The two recent papers from Eduard Torrents and Antonio Juárez on how bacteria can cause chronic infections and new bacterial virulence markers in E. coli respectively got some press coverage this week.
The recent Sci Rep paper by the IBEC/ISGlobal joint Nanomalaria unit got lots of news coverage this week, the latest being in La Vanguardia’s Big Vang science section (left).
A video of Samuel Sánchez taking part in April’s Festival de Nanociencia y Nanotecnología.
The news programme L’Informatiu in L’Hospitalet featured the Cystic Fibrosis event, “El present i el futur de la Fibrosi Quística”, that was organised by IBEC and the ACFQ on 27th April.
Yesterday La Vanguardia published a special report on animal experimentation in their ‘Big Vang’ science section.
Samuel Sánchez’s recent NanoLetters paper about self-propelled tiny ‘microbots’ that can remove lead from contaminated water gets lots of coverage this week by news channels such as Discovery News, Phys.org and several more.
Xavier Trepat was interviewed by Antoni Bassas, one of Catalunya’s most eminent journalists who during his career has interviewed the likes of the Dalai Lama, Mikhail Gorbachev and Woody Allen, for the magazine Ara on Sunday.
Samuel Sánchez featured on Oficiorama, a programme devoted to the technology of the future, which airs on TV2 on Saturdays.
Samuel Sanchez and the part of his lab that resides at the MPI for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart feature in a chapter of a video series by El Pais, La Carrera Especial. In the video, Andrea Escobar, chemistry student Universidad Complutense de Madrid, sends 48 hours in Samuel’s lab learning about his work on nanorobots.