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- Published on Friday, 18 July 2014 17:01
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Researchers from UAB, MATGAS and UAM have discovered that ultrastable glasses of indomethacin are a surprising exception to the ubiquitous presence of quantum tunneling states at cryogenic temperatures in amorphous solids.
- Published on Sunday, 12 October 2014 11:44
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Please join us in welcoming Cristina Jiménez as Research Assistant at MATGAS.
Cristina is graduated in Chemical Engineering in 2001 from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Also, she has a master in Science Management (2013) and Science Communication (2007) from Pompeu Fabra University and Imperial College London, respectively. She carried out research in surface chemistry and pharmaceutical engineering before changing career to science communication. She has experience in scientific research, science communication as well as public engagement
Cristina has worked as a science communicator at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Geneva as well as a freelance science journalist, publishing news and feature articles in Nature and Science among others.
Welcome to MATGAS, Cristina !
- Published on Sunday, 12 October 2014 10:56
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Please join us in welcoming Anna Mateo as Research Assistant at MATGAS.
Anna obtained the Chemistry Degree in 2014 from University of Barcelona.
During last year, she did her final project degree as well as a summer practice
in our research centre.
She will be working in projects related to simulation and molecular modeling.
Welcome to MATGAS, Anna!
2013 The Royal Spanish Society of Physics and the BBVA Foundation Award recognize Dr. Lourdes Vega her contribution of science to industry
- Published on Thursday, 06 February 2014 22:44
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Dr. Lourdes Vega, MATGAS Director and R&D Director at Carburos Metalicos has received 2013 The Royal Spanish Society of Physics (RSEF) and the BBVA Foundation Award on Physics Innovation and Technology Award. The award recognizes applied research which has enabled technological innovation or promoted physics applications in the corporate world. In this edition the committee has recognized “the outstanding, original and creative way in which she has steered the theoretical and computational research in statistical physics, a branch of basic physics, to the industrial world, in which she has occupied important positions of leadership."