Dr. Vincent Guillerm and Prof. Daniel Maspoch just published a perspective article in J. Am. Chem. Soc, bringing a fresh viewpoint on the assembly of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).

On Friday, Prof. Daniel Maspoch invited Prof. Christopher Richardson at ICN2 for a seminar about his research.

NanoUp group just published a an article about the use of Covalent-organic Frameworks (COFs) for cooling systems, using light regeneration, in Advanced Energy Materials.

Prof. Maspoch and five team members represented the diversity of NanoUp research at the 47th Bienal de Quimica in San Sebastian last week.

Our colleague Heng Xu successfully defended his PhD thesis on Friday, 26th of April. Congratulations!

NanoUp group just published new self shaping materials in Advanced Materials.

Gerard Boix, PhD student in NanoUp was present at the Hybrid Materials conference in Sitges.

On Wednesday, Prof. Daniel Maspoch and Dr. Vincent Guillerm invited Prof. Mohamed Eddaoudi at ICN2 for a talk part of the prestigious Manuel Cardona Lecture series.

Dr. Ceren Çamur successfully defended her PhD thesis on Wednesday, 20 February. Congratulations!

 

Congratulations to Dr. Civan Avci for successfully defending his PhD entitled "Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework-8: Control of particle size, and shape and its self-assembly" in ICN2.

Prof. Paolo Falcaro visited the ICN2 this last December.

NanoUp was present in MOF2018 conference that took place from 9th to 13th of December at the University of Auckland, New Zealand

Congratulations to our colleague Dr. Amirali Yazdi for successfully defending his PhD entitled "Nanoengineering composites made of metal- and covalent-organic frameworks and inorganic nanoparticles using encapsulation techniques" in ICN2.

Congratulations to our colleague Dr. Jordi Espín for successfully defending his PhD entitled "The photothermal effect in MOFs" in ICN2.

We just published our most recent results in J. Am. Chem. Soc., using ozone for an unprecedented post synthetic merging of micropores into mesopores in MOFs.

From Australia and on a scientific Euro tour, Prof. Christian Doonan stopped by Barcelona to visit the NanoUp group at ICN2.

Researchers from NanoUp group, in collaboration with researchers from University of Malaga, just published an article in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. In this work we demonstrate that swelling behaviour of flexible MOF crystals can be used to create a self‐folding polymer films that undergoes reversible shape transformations upon exposure to polar solvents and vapours, exhibiting shape-memory effect.

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