Josep Samitier, director of IBEC and president of the Catalan Association of Research Entities (ACER) appears in the newspaper “El Temps” for the approval of the processing of the draft of the “Law of Science”.
Raimon Jané, group leader at the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) and professor at UPC, appears in the media for the development of a new methodology, using ‘smartphones’, which allows determining, objectively and quantitatively, the function of trunk in patients with spinal cord injury.
Researchers from the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) lead by Santiago Marco, appear in the media for the new method they have designed to sniff out the stench of sewage treatment plants.
Researchers led by Professor Samuel Stupp, from Northwestern University (USA) and Distinguished Professor Severo Ochoa at IBEC, together with Zaida Álvarez from IBEC, appear in the media for the recent study that has allowed them to develop a new injectable therapy that uses “dancing molecules” to reverse paralysis and repair tissue after severe spinal cord injury.
Researchers led by Dr. Santiago Marco, principal investigator in the Signal and Information Processing for Sensor Systems group and professor at the University of Barcelona (UB) of IBEC, appear in the media for their recent study in collaboration with the University de Córdoba in which a system capable of detecting fraud on food labeling with the analysis of its aroma has been created.
Josep Samitier, director of IBEC, appears in different media for having been awarded the Narcís Monturiol prize for his scientific and technological work and takes the opportunity to remind him of the need to strengthen support for scientific and technological efforts.
Núria Montserrat, IBEC group leader and ICREA research professor, appears in the media for winning the “Premi Nacional de Recerca al Talent Jove” thanks to her pioneering work with mini-organs.
MBA students visit the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) in a conference organized by Barcelona Global.
Nuria Montserrat, group leader at IBEC, is invited to the Onda Cero program “Más de uno”, where she shares her research with organoids to study diseases or replace damaged tissues and also explains the ability of the amphibian called axolotl to regenerate their own organs.
The Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) appears in the “Diari de Terrassa” for its alliance with the LEITAT Technological Center to promote the development and application of cutting-edge technologies that will combine engineering and biology to find solutions to health problems.