Prof. Maspoch and five team members represented the diversity of NanoUp research at the 47th Bienal de Quimica in San Sebastian last week.
Arnau and Jorge gave oral and flash contribution regarding the last advances on metal-organic polyhedra chemistry in the Advanced Inorganic Systems and MOFs & COFs symposium.
Read more about this work in J. Am. Chem. Soc. and Angew. Chem.
Vincent showed the work of the team on solid-gas post synthesis modification and clip-off chemistry via ozonolysis.
Read more about this work in J. Am. Chem. Soc.
NanoUp also had two posters there. Javier proudly presented his two recent articles about MOFs as smart devices (read more in Angew. Chem. and Adv. Mater.) and Inhar showed a summary of the spray drying related research conducted at ICN2 (read more here).
Overall, the MOFs & COFs symposium co-organised by Prof. Maspoch was a great success, the room being filled up by enthusiastic scientists from the opening talk by Mike Zaworotko until the very last flash presentation, including renowned invited speakers from abroad (Rob Ameloot, David Fairen...)
We must also admit San Sebastian has a very high food standard, such as the Bienal had a very high scientific standard! Thank you RSEQ, see you in two years in Granada!