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IMDEA Nanoscience

Faraday 9, Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco
28049 Madrid
Spain

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Brief presentation of the institution

 IMDEA-Nanociencia is a private non profit Foundation created by initiative of the the regional Government of the Community of Madrid in November 2006 in order to shorten the distance between the research and society in the Madrid region and provide new capacity for research, technological development and innovation in the field of Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Molecular Design.  In 2007 the former Ministry of Education and Science of the Government of Spain decided to also fund part of the creation and equipment of an Institute of Nanoscience in the Community of Madrid. The foundation manages the IMDEA-Nanociencia Institute, a new interdisciplinary research centre dedicated to the exploration of basic nanoscience and the development of applications of nanotechnology in connection with innovative industries. The IMDEA-Nanociencia Institute is part of one of the strategic lines of the Campus of International Excellence (CEI) UAM+CSIC.

Main Radiomag related topics

Molecular nanoscience and chemical synthesis, transport in 2D systems, nanobiosystems, nanomedicine, time-resolved spectroscopy, nanostructured functional surfaces, scanning probe microscopies and surfaces, nanomagnetism, nanoscience for critical raw materials, quantum nanodevices.

Main Radiomag related research techniques and equipment

 Relevant to RADIOMAG: DLS, micro-Raman, NMR, nanoparticle (chemical) synthesis

Singular equipment:

- Calorimetric set up for measuring SAR values of colloids dispersed in aqueous media under AC magnetic fields in a frequency range up to 500 kHz and field intensities up to 90 mT

- AC inductive magnetometer for measuring hysteresis loops of colloids dispersed in aqueous media under AC magnetic fields (up to 300 kHz and 40 mT)

- AC magneto-optical magnetometer for measuring the evolution of hysteresis loops of colloids dispersed in water media under AC magnetic fields (up to 300 kHz and 50 mT)

- Computational facilities for in silico testing of physics-based cancer therapies

Research topics, techniques and equipment not related to Radiomag

 N/A

Brief information on available facilites

Cell culture unit

Clean room; micro and nanofabrication lab

Surfaces laboratory

Advanced optical characterisation laboratory

Nanophotonic laboratory

Atomic force microscopy laboratory

Instrumentation service; magnetometry

 

Willingness to accept/host visiting researchers

Projects:

  • NoCanTher
    Project type: International
    Funding: 7 113 778,75

Members:

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cancer    iron oxide    magnetic hyperthermia   

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