• Molecular

    Nanotechnology Lab

    Advanced nanomaterials for energy

  • “This book constitutes the most complete and updated monograph devoted to energy in its many different aspects”

    Prof. Nazario Martín

    IMDEA-Nanociencia

  • Novel titania for light harvesting

    Patent filed #201300536 (2013)

  • Catalyst for business

    Mesoporous zeolites highlighted in Technology Review

    Technology review 11/11/2013

  • New developments on nanotechnology for energy

    Recent advances in mesoporous materials for clean technologies

    ChemSocRev 2014 (in press)

  • Incorporation of chemical functionalities in mesoporous materials

    Sol-gel Coordination Chemistry Approach

    Chem. Cat. Chem. (5) 840-844 (2013)

  • Magnetic hybrid mesoporous materials

    Magnetite-containing silica with excellent magnetic properties

  • Hierarchical zeolites: a commercial reality

    The first commercial FCC catalyst with surfactant-templated mesoporous zeolite

    Chem. Cat. Chem. (6) 46-66 (2014)

WE WORK AT THE CROSSROADS OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, NANOTECHNOLOGY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TO PRODUCE NOVEL MATERIALS

About Us

Welcome to the Molecular Nanotechnology Lab, a research group devoted to the synthesis, characterization and application of advanced nanomaterials.

We work at the crossroads of materials chemistry, nanotechnology and chemical engineering to produce novel materials for a wide range of applications, from catalysis to energy production and storage.

 

WE PRODUCE NOVEL MATERIALS FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS, FROM CATALYSIS TO ENERGY PRODUCTION AND STORAGE

Meet the Team

Dr. Javier García Martínez

Group Leader

Aida Grau Atienza

PhD student

Dr. Noemi Linares Pérez

Doctor

Marisa Rico Santacruz

PhD student

Dr. Elena Serrano Torregrosa

Doctor

 

Advances in Nanotechnology

Like a hall of mirrors, nanostructures trap photons inside ultrathin solar cells (w/ Video)

Phys.org: Nanomaterials News Apr 22, 2014

In the quest to make sun power more competitive, researchers are designing ultrathin solar cells that cut material costs. At the same time they're keeping[…]

Team shows potential of RNA as heat-resistant polymer material for nanoarchitectures

Phys.org: Nanomaterials News Apr 22, 2014

(Phys.org) —A team of nanotechnology researchers at the University of Kentucky has discovered new methods to build heat resistant nanostructures and arrays using RNA.

Grant to investigate how carbon nanotubes in everyday products might affect human health

Nanowerk Nanotechnology Research News Apr 22, 2014

Researchers at UT Dallas recently received a $459,000, three-year grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, part of the National Institutes of Health,[…]

Non-enzyme nanotechnology sensor to detect blood sugar

Nanowerk Nanotechnology Research News Apr 22, 2014

Carbon nanotubes and iron oxide nanoparticles have been used in the production of the sensor. The sensor is non-enzyme type and it has high repeatability,[…]

Inventory Finds Increase in Consumer Products Containing Nanoscale Materials

Nanotechnology RSS Feed from the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies Oct 28, 2013

The updated Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory now contains 1,628 consumer products that have been introduced to the market since 2005, representing a 24 percent increase[…]

New Case Study Explores Influence of PEN Efforts

Nanotechnology RSS Feed from the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies Oct 10, 2013

A new case study looks at the work of the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies (PEN) amidst the shift away from government-led technology assessment.

 

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