The five-part series ‘A Bright New World’ in Dutch current affairs program Nieuwsuur (Newshour) by public broadcaster NTR/NOS asks how artificial intelligence will determine the future of love, work, care and war.
On Sunday Elena Garreta, a senior researcher in Nuria Montserrat’s Pluripotency for Organ Regeneration group, was interviewed on RAC1 about the uses and possibilities of 3D bioprinting.
The ISCHEMBURG project led by Nanobioengineering group senior researcher Monica Mir is one of four scientific projects highlighted in the Barcelona Talent Guide.
Pronto magazine reported on IBEC’s 3D bioprinting capabilities and, in particular, the collaboration of the company AVINENT S.L. and the institute to carry out a research project to print personalized bone structures using 3D technology.
Last week La Vanguardia reported on the collaboration of the company AVINENT S.L. and IBEC to carry out a research project to print personalized bone structures using 3D technology.
IBEC group leader and ICREA research professor Samuel Sánchez is quoted in an article in Inside Science about enzymes that could counteract the effects of toxic nerve agents.
IBEC group leader Pere Roca-Cusachs is the Journal of Cell Science’s ‘cell scientist to watch’ in its current edition.
Last week there was a lot of press coverage of the La Caixa PhD fellowships ceremony, which took place at the Caixaforum on 3rd July.
A ‘Results in Brief’ article about Elena Martinez’s ERC project COMIET has been published on the CORDIS website, the EC’s Community Research and Development Information Service.
Joan Montero, a senior researcher in IBEC’s Nanobioengineering group, appeared yesterday in an interview published by the SINC Agency in which he talks about his laboratory test – which is already being used in some hospitals in the United States – which is capable of predicting, in just 24 hours, if a drug will be able to kill a tumor.