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The video "A story on Bacterial Cellulose" among the Top 15 critically acclaimed of the JoVE contest: Film Your Research

Last June 2017, Anna May Masnou and Sole Roig, from the Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites Group (NN), filmed a video for the JoVE contest: Film your research. Although the video, entitled "A Story on Bacterial Cellulose", did not make it to the final, the video made it to the Top 15 critically acclaimed videos by the jury, among hundreds of other submissions in this internatinal science communication contest.

The video is now featured on the JoVE website on the following link: https://www.jove.com/film-your-research-2017/

Congratulations!

Follow this and other videos on social media with #FilmYourResearch and @JoVEJournal.

Also, remember that JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) is thhe first peer-reviewed, PubMed-indexed scientific video journal. Scientists can publish their high-qualitiy video demonstrations of experiments with a detailed text protocol, allowing researchers around the globe to learn from each other easily and efficiently. 

At ICMAB, Martí Gich and Adrián Carretero-Genevrier publised a scientific video on JoVE on December 21, 2015. The video, entitled “Preparation of macroporous epitaxial quartz films on silicon by chemical solution deposition” (A Carretero-Genevrier, M Gich) presents the protocol for the preparation of piezoelectric macroporous epitaxial films of quartz on silicon by soft chemistry using dip-coating and thermal treatments in air. 

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