CIC biomaGUNE is a non-profit research organization created to promote scientific research and technological innovation at the highest levels in the Basque Country following the BIOBASQUE policy in order to create a new business sector based on biosciences.
Article: "Well-defined biomimetic surfaces to characterize glycosaminoglycan-mediated interactions on the molecular, supramolecular and cellular levels"
Authors: Elisa Migliorini, Dhruv Thakar, Rabia Sadir, Tino Pleiner, Françoise Baleux, Hugues Lortat-Jacob, Liliane Coche-Guerente, and Ralf P. Richter
Controlled Synthesis and Novel Properties of 2‐Dimensional Materials: From Doped Graphene to WS2 monolayers and more
14/11/2014CIC biomaGUNE conmemora su 8º aniversario con una conferencia magistral del Prof. Avelino Corma
13/11/2014Medalla de la Real Sociedad Española de Química a la trayectoria científica del director de CIC biomaGUNE, Luis Liz Marzán
16/10/2014Dr. Marek Grzelczak (Ikerbasque fellow at CIC biomaGUNE), has been awarded with one of the grant for researchers from Fundación BBVA.
23/09/2014September 26th 2014, we wil have an Open Day in the Radiochemistry and Nuclear Imaging Group at CIC biomaGUNE. Eunice Sofia Da Silva and Sameer Manohar Joshi, PhD students of the group, will give a seminar entitled: BASIC INTRODUCTION TO RADIOCHEMISTRY AND PET. more
European Projects SpecialistThe role of the European Projects Specialist will be to oversee and manage the research projects of several research lines, liaising with other sites and institutions across Spain and Europe and support the Scientific Project Management Unit of CIC
Technology Transfer Manager/SpecialistThe role of the Technology Transfer Manager will be to implement actions to optimize transfer of knowledge to the private sector, managing a portfolio of intellectual property primarily related to engineering and life sciences. This position requires
Postdoc VacancyThe two-year postdoctoral position within a bilateral collaborative project between IPREM, Pau (funded by the Conseil Général des Pyrénées Atlantiques) and CIC biomaGUNE, San Sebastian (funded by an ERC Starting Grant) is more