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Smart implants for minimally invasive surgeries

We just kicked off the iMPLANTS-CM project (Printing metamaterials using shape memory alloys and functional gradients for a new generation of smart implants) in collaboration with the Technical University of Madrid. The project aims to design and manufacture active implants

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Ismael Gómez, extraordinary doctoral award 2020 – 2021 by UC3M

Our alumni Ismael Gómez has received the extraordinary doctoral award of the course 2020-2021 academic year from the Carlos III University of Madrid for his work entitled “Automated discovery of porous molecular materials facilitated by characterization of molecular porosity”. https://www.uc3m.es/doctorado/premios-extraordinario-

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Call 2022 of the INPhINIT fellowships programme

We offer 4 PhD positions within Fundación “la Caixa” INPhINIT fellowships programme 2022 on the following topics: Development of novel high entropy alloys via powder metallurgy for hydrogen storage applications High-throughput discovery of high entropy alloys Mechanics of electrodes of

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Computational discovery of hydrogen storage materials

IMDEA Materials has know-how and experience in developing computational high-throughput screening workflows for discovery of hydrogen storage materials. Our focus has been mostly directed towards advanced porous materials such as metal organic frameworks and related materials (Fig. 1). Our customizable

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CNSTech project starts

The project CNSTech (Development of gamma prime strengthened CoNi based superalloy for advanced sustainable manufacturing technologies) starts 1st of October 2021 and it will last 24 months.The aim of this project is to development of the next generation Powder Metallurgy

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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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