We have been awarded with an !! The project TraffikGene will study the potential and the transference of our Gene Delivery Technology!
12/10/2018. Our collaboration with is in the front cover of . Thanks Eugenio for the awesome drawing! Please read how you can deliver Pyranine and Alexa probes in the cytosol of cells by using Nitschke Supramolecular cages. Read the full history for free at:
7/10/2019. Our collaboration with Angel Martí for amyloid and synuclein early detection is out in !
20/12/2018. We have been awarded with an !! The project Traffikgene will study the potential and the transference of our Gene Delivery Technology!
22/11/2018. We have been awarded with 1 of the five projects to study Supramolecular Porous Nanomaterials . We will not be alone! Takuzo Aida (Japan), Wolfgang Parak (Germany) and Edvinas Orentas (Lithuania) will travel with us to the nanoworld!!!
15/11/2018. Dr. Julian Bergueiro has joined the group with a Juan de la Cierva Incorporación Fellowship to work in Supramolecular Chemistry and Helical Materials!!
25/08/2018. Our review on synthetic materials at the forefront of gene delivery has been accepted in !! Congratulations to Irene for this master piece and since now on, reference paper in the field of non-viral vectors!
24/06/2018. The Group continues to achieve prestigious awards!! This time is Alicia receiving the impressive distinction of the !! This price recognises Alicia as the BEST academic Chemist undergraduate student in SPAIN!! Incredible!
24/06/2018. has achieved one of the best poster awards in the of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (Real Sociedad Española de Química, )!!!!!
17/05/2018. Dr Montenegro has been awarded with the of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (Real Sociedad Española de Química, )!!!!!
17/04/2018. Ignacio Insua (Nacho) has joined the group as a postdoc in supramolecular chemistry applied to catalysis and cell delivery!!
15/04/2018. Dynamic Polyhydrazones can also deliver plasmid DNA inside living cells. Read the full history in !!
04/04/2018. Ale first steps towards our artificial cytoskeleton have been accepted for publication in . Congratulations!!