Inside & Outside IMDEA

From hosting visits of high school and university students to participating in the European Researchers Night or the World Economic Forum. At the IMDEA Materials Institute we are fully aware that being able to explain the relevance and nature of the research we do to non-specialised audiences is the best way to create social awareness about the importance of science and technology in our daily life and also to raise the curiosity of the younger generations to pursue a career in materials science and engineering.

Senior researchers, postdocs, PhD students, lab technicians as well as personnel from the project management and technology offices are involved in these actions, ensuring that the experience of working on an institution such as IMDEA Materials is passed on to all kinds of public.

Below, you can get a sample about the outreach activities that we are engaged in.

3D printing session in Madrid

Next 16th of March, IMDEA Materials will host the first “3D printing session in Madrid”. The event will showcase developments done by IMDEA Materials in the project MAT4.0, funded by the regional government, CDTI funding opportunities for companies, the success

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Science, the Planet’s best ally

We all have a responsibility to try to preserve our environment as best we can. However, if you are involved in research, your responsibility is even greater. At least that is what the researchers at the IMDEA Institutes believe. They

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Launch of our 2019 Annual Report

We are delighted to announce the launch of the IMDEA Materials 2019 report, available now for download. This annual report is designed to give you an overview of the Institute and main achievements in 2019. You will also find a

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Interactive Periodic table RSEQ

The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table. Among the many activities that are being developed in Spain, the Royal Spanish Society of Chemistry (RSEQ) has just published an interactive periodic table

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