Yesterday, La Sexta broadcast the documentary “El futuro en 3D” about the different options offered by 3D printing.
The recent news about the new consortium comprising pharmaceutical company Ferrer, IBEC and the bioinformatics company Mind the Byte to study the development of new therapeutic molecules against cancer metastasis was covered in several national newspapers.
There’s been lots of press coverage of Pau Gorostiza’s group’s recent Nature Communications paper describing their development of molecules that can be applied as light-regulated molecular prostheses to help restore vision in cases of retinal degeneration.
This summer’s Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge (BIYSC 2016), a new initiative that aims to stimulate scientific talent among young people, was covered in La Vanguardia today, with the photo accompanying the article taken at IBEC.
A round table discussion involving Samuel Sánchez, last year’s winner of the Princess of Girona Foundation (FPdGi) Award for Scientific Research, and other former winners was filmed at the recent FPdGi 2016 awards ceremony in Girona.
RECERCAT, the research-related newsletter produced by the Generalitat, features an article about IBEC’s outreach activities in its latest edition.
An article about Nuria Montserrat appeared in El Mundo on Tuesday following her invovlement in a recent study in which the first human heart grafts from human pluripotent stem cells were generated.
A recent school visit to IBEC featured on the BTV programme CataKrac at the weekend.
The Escola Ausiàs March’s May visit to the institute – which included a tour and some hands-on activities about cells – is the second item in Sunday’s programme, which is made by and for children.