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Emilio J. Cocinero gives two talks in Biennial Meeting of RSEQ in Sitges

Emilio J. Cocinero was invited to give two talks in the XXXVI Biennial Meeting of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry in Sitges. He particped in two different Symposiums (Structural determinants of the molecular recognition processes in biological molecules and Prebiotic chemistry in space and earth). In the Photo, Emilio …

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Camilla Calabrese wins competitive funding

Camilla Calabrese

Camilla Calabrese has recently been awarded a Juan de La Cierva Formación Fellowship. This is quite competitive call funded by the Spanish MINECO that highlight their excellent scientific and academic performance. Congratulations!

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Carlos Martí-Gastaldo and David González give a talk in our Department

Carlos Martí-Gastaldo gave a great talk about MOFs titled: “Charge transport and photo-activity in Metal-Organic Frameworks: Ultrathin Films and Porous Crystals” and David González about Supramolecular Chemistry: “Hierarchical Supramolecular Construction of Self-assembled Nanotubes by Coupling Cooperative Effects”. In the photo from left to right, Carlos Martí-Gastaldo, Aurelio Mateo-Alonso, David González …

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Shapes, Dynamics, and Stability of β Ionone and Its Two Mutants

We report the potential of state-of-the-art rotational technique (recently built at the University of the Basque Country) with an extended molecular analysis of three biomolecules combined to quantum chemical calculations and crystallized data comparison. The results are impressive: more than 8000 transitions have been assigned, corresponding to the rotational structures …

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Gonzalo Giménez-Osses elected new president of JIQ

Emilio J. Cocinero finished his term (2014-2017) and Gonzalo Giménez Osses was elected new president of Young Chemists Division (JIQ) of the Spanish Society of Chemistry. The meeting of Young Chemists Division was a success. In addition, Emilio gave a talk during the conference.

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Prof. José Cernicharo give a seminar in our Department

Prof. José Cernicharo at Instituto de Ciencias de Materiales de Madrid (CSIC) gave a wonderful talk titled “Las moléculas y el polvo a través del ciclo de vida de las estrellas”. He talked about his new European Project. We could also discuss about future collaborations.

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Camilla Calabrese wins competitive funding

Camilla Calabrese has recently been awarded a Juan de La Cierva Formación Fellowship. This is quite competitive call funded by the Spanish MINECO that highlight their excellent scientific and academic performance. Congratulations!

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Our paper about nanowires was published in Nature Communications

A collaboration with researchers from POLYMAT, the University of the Basque Country (UPV / EHU), the University of Barcelona, the Bioengineering Institute of Barcelona (IBEC) and the University of Aveiro, have developed a new family of molecular or nanowire cables that open new horizons in molecular electronics. The research has …

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Prof. Sonsoles Martín Santamaría give a talk in our group

Prof. at Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas (CSIC) from Madrid gave a nice seminar about Computational Chemistry titled: “Computational Chemistry tools to address biological questions. Toll-like receptor 4 and galectins”. She is head of Biological Chemisry Group of RSEQ.

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Our study of cotinine cover in Chem. Eur. J

This work addresses the structural properties of the nicotinoid cotinine and offers the chance to compare the results to nicotine, the prototype of the nicotinoid family. Cotinine was probed in a supersonic jet expansion using the-state-of-the-art time-domain microwave spectroscopy. A new set up is also described in the manuscript. Our …

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Our research about Effects of Chlorination on the Tautomeric Equilibrium of 2-Hydroxipyridine cover in Chem. Eur. J

The prototropic tautomerism in 2-hydroxypridine represents a model for the study of conformational and tautomeric equilibria. The stability of the different species is governed by the balance between electronic and resonance effects and can be greatly influenced by ring substitutions and the presence of solvents. In particular, chlorination in different …

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Isabelle Kleiner and Atef Jabri visited our lab

Prof. Isabelle Kleiner (LISA, France) and Atef Jabri (LISA, France) visited our laboratory the first weeks of December. Prof. Kleiner is a world expert in rotational spectroscopy.  Some of her interest include the large-amplitude motions. Atef is doing the Ph. D with Isabelle. The visit opens a new collaboration with the …

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Raphaela Kannengießer visited our laboratory

Raphaela Kannengießer at Aachen University (Germany) visited our lab the last weeks of November, she did some measurements in our laboratory. Raphaela is a Ph. D. Student supervised by Prof. Wolfgang Stahl. The visit could open a collaboration with Aachen group. In the photo, some members of Spectroscopy Group and Raphaela at Bilbao.

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Sugar meeting

 Prof. Jesús Jiménez-Barbero (CIC Biogune) and Dr. Pierre Çarçabal (Orsay) gave two talks in our Department. Jesús titled his talk “Sugars and glycomimetics: From conformation to recognition…” and Pierre “Sifting through sugars: carbohydrate interactions with water, protons and peptides“. We enjoyed with both talks and worlds (solution and gas phase) …

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