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INL Summit 2016 - NanoDigest

Published 09-09-2016


The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is dedicating its 2016 annual Summit – NanoDigest - to the fascinating subject of food. Specialist from different areas will gather at INL in Braga this October 18 and 19 to discuss challenges & trends related with the whole food chain, with a special focus on food processing, food additives, food packaging, food quality and monitoring areas.

For two days leading industrial players from the food industry, business representatives, food entrepreneurs, representatives from regional & national governmental institutions, consumer organi...

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Workshop on Quantum Materials and Quantum Technologies

Published 24-08-2016

INL will host a Workshop on Quantum Materials and Quantum Technologies this September 13-14. The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers from University of Minho (UMinho) and INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory INL, together with a selection of distinguished  external speakers,  to  discuss  the potential for collaborations in the broad areas of Quantum Materials and Quantum Technologies, in the context of the recently signed agreement for collaboration  between UM and INL.   The speakers are requ...

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INL is opening a call of 19 new positions to strengthen its research lines for highly qualified researchers

Published 16-08-2016


(4) Senior Staff Researchers

(4) Staff Researchers

(11) Postdoctoral Research Fellows

This call is cofunded by NORTE-45-2015–02 - “Projetos Estruturados de I&D&I”, funded by Norte 2020 – Programa Operacional Regional do Norte.

INL - The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, was founded under an international legal framework to perform interdisciplinary research and to deploy and articulate nanotechnology for the benefit of society. INL aims to b...

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INL participates in the fabrication of the smallest hard disk to date

Published 19-07-2016


A collaboration between the Dutch University TU Delft and INL leads to the fabrication of a laboratory prototype of digital memory with atomic scale bits that outperforms the storage density of current technologies by a factor of 500. The results were published in Nature Nanotechnology A kilobyte rewritable atomic memory (authors: F. E. Kalff, M. P. Rebergen, E. Fahrenfort, J. Girovsky, R. Toskovic, J. L. Lado, J. Fernández-Rossier & A. F. Otte)

Every day, modern society creates more than a b...

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