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INL research on quantum materials in the cover of top Physics journal
August 9, 2018

  INL researchers from the group of Theory of Quantum Nanostructures have proposed a new type of spintronic device concept, based…

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INL showcases nanotechnology developments in Chile
July 12, 2018

  INL presented the latest trends on nanotechnology applied to the food sector in a seminar promoted by Chilean organisation CREAS…

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Join INL as MSCA Fellow!
July 12, 2018

INL is looking for talented researchers eager to work in our cutting-edge, multicultural organisation. Individual Fellowships (IF) provide funding to researchers…

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INL research gets Best Poster Award in USA
July 6, 2018

  At the World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC-7) held last month from June 10-15 in Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA, Sascha…

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In Situ Atomic-Scale Study provides new insights into crystal nucleation and growth mechanisms
July 2, 2018

  Junjie Li and Francis Leonard Deepak from the AEMIS Department along with Zhongchang Wang – QMST Department in collaboration with…

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PhD’s students from INL awarded at the 40th International Conference on Environmental & Food Monitoring
June 28, 2018

  INLers Soraia Fernandes and Monisha Elumalai were awarded at the 40th International Conferences on  Environmental & Food Monitoring, held this…

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Plug and play anisotropy-based nanothermometers
June 22, 2018

  The Ultrafast Bio and Nanophotonics group have developed a novel Plug and Play Nanothermosensor technology with relevance for molecular biochemistry…

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Covalent organic frameworks capture pharmaceutical pollutants from water
June 18, 2018

  A team of scientists from the Nanochemistry and Water Quality groups at INL, CRSTRA in Algeria, LMU in Germany, and…

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Exploring two dimensional magnets with quantum tunnelling
June 15, 2018

  A team of scientist from MIT, NIMS in Japan, Iowa State University and INL, have fabricated a new type of…

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Nature Communications: Sodium enhances indium-gallium interdiffusion in copper indium gallium diselenide photovoltaic absorbers
May 3, 2018

  Research led by the University of Luxembourg investigated the manufacturing process of solar cells. The researchers proved that assumptions on…

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