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  • Proximity-Induced Shiba States in a Molecular Junction
  • Tailored metallacarboranes as mediators for boosting the stability of carbon-based aqueous supercapacitors
  • Ion Transport across Biological Membranes by Carborane-Capped Gold Nanoparticles
  • Synergistic Exploitation of the Superoxide Scavenger Properties of Reduced Graphene Oxide and a Trityl Organic Radical for the Impedimetric Sensing of Xanthine
  • Pressure-Responsive, Surfactant-Free CO2-Based Nanostructured Fluids
  • Proximity-Induced Shiba States in a Molecular Junction
  • Tailored metallacarboranes as mediators for boosting the stability of carbon-based aqueous supercapacitors
  • Ion Transport across Biological Membranes by Carborane-Capped Gold Nanoparticles
  • Synergistic Exploitation of the Superoxide Scavenger Properties of Reduced Graphene Oxide and a Trityl Organic Radical for the Impedimetric Sensing of Xanthine
  • Pressure-Responsive, Surfactant-Free CO2-Based Nanostructured Fluids

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    High interdisciplinarity and leadership within ICMAB researchers according to their h-index

    A large number of ICMAB researchers are among those researchers in Spain with high h-index in many different disciplines: Applied Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Multidisciplinary Chemistry, and Multidisciplinary Materials Science, according to the Web of Science. 

    The website h-webcindario (http://indice-h.webcindario.com) from GRUPO DIH, which compiles the h-index numbers from the researchers based in Spain, has done now the yearly update The h-index numbers are collected from the Web of Science ISI website, which is of free access for the research centers through FECYT.

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    Next generation graphene-based biosensor for the fast detection of xanthine

    • Xanthinuria is a rare disease caused by the accumulation of xanthine in blood, which can lead to serious pathologies, such as renal failure or gout.
    • ICMAB researchers have prepared a novel hybrid graphene-based electrochemical biosensor for the fast and 100 times more sensitive detection of xanthine, with respect to previously reported sensors.
    • The study, published in the journal Advanced Materials Interfaces, combines the properties of reduced graphene oxide and those of the organic radicals to prepare next generation, low cost electrochemical biosensors.

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