The Universitat de València, the second in Chemical research out of the Spanish universities

The 'Nature Index' and the National Taiwán University Ranking (NTU), two international rankings that evaluate the quality of research, have confirmed the Universitat de València as the second and the fifth best academic institution in Chemical research out of th...

Without transfer there is no innovation and without innovation there is no future

• This morning Alicante has started the 100xCiencia.2 meeting, which today and tomorrow brings together the vanguard of Spanish research: the Severo Ochoa and María de Maeztu centers of excellence.

• The meeting was opened by Carmen Vela, Secretary of State for Research, Development and Innovation, and she highlighted the importance of approaching science and business.<...

I Forum "Gadea Ciencia"

Next Tuesday 24th of October, the Gadea Foundation celebrates the I Forum "Gadea Ciencia" in the auditorium of the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) in Madrid. A scientific meeting that has the aim of highlight the importance of Science for the good development and progress of the country.


Leading scientific experts, including the well-known...

Launch of the "Alliance of Severo Ochoa Centres and Maria de Maeztu Units of Excellence"

The main objective of the alliance is to internationally promote and strengthen the centers and units accredited with this distinction, to give their research a higher profile.

The creation of the Alliance was approved in a meeting that took place on the 18th of October, chaired by Carmen Vela, the State Secretary for R & D. Directors and representatives of all centers and units ...

12th International Course of the European Master in TCCM organized by the Theoretical Chemistry Group of the ICMol has successfully finished

45 students coming from more than 12 countries and from 14 different European universities (8 of them Spanish) attended the course, where they had the opportunity to meet 20 high level European experts and professors within this field.

This intensive course has been held from 4th to 29th September 2017 at the facilities of the Servei de Formació Permanen...

An article by Alejandro Gaita honored with the RSEF Award for the Best Dissemination Paper

Alejandro Gaita, researcher of the Molecular Science Institute (ICMol), together with Guillem Aromí (Inorganic Chemistry Department, from the University of Barcelona) and Fernando Luis (Materials Science Institute from Aragón, CSIC-University of Zaragoza) won the RSEF award for the Best Dissemination Paper with their article: “Computación Cuántica con mol&eacut...

Alicante acoge el encuentro internacional sobre transferencia y co-creación en investigación
ICMol takes part in the 22nd Summer Camp of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC)

Dr. Alejandra Soriano from the Molecular Science Institute (ICMol), in collaboration with Dr. Elena Pinilla form the Valencia Nanophotonics Technology Center (NTC) of the UPV, organized the activity “Create your own Blandiblú” within the framework of the 22nd Summer Camp of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC). This activity consisted in the fabrication of the well-k...

ICMol takes part in the 7th Summer Scientific Campus of the International Campus of Excellence VLC/CAMPUS

60 pre-university students visited the facilities of the Molecular Science Institute during the 7th Summer Scientific Campus, which is organized by the "Valencia International Campus of Excellence VLC/CAMPUS", together with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) and supported by Obra Social La Caixa.

Students be...

Manuel Souto and Jose Jaime Baldoví awarded with the first and the second runner-up prize at the NANOMATMOL PhD contest

The Specialized Group in Nanoscience and Molecular Materials from the RSEQ and RSEF (NANOMATMOL) grants NANOMOLMAT 2016 award, to the best PhD theses of 2016.

Manuel Souto has won the first runner-up doctorate NANOMOLMAT 2016 prize for his thesis entitled "Multifunctional Materials based on TTFPTM dyads: towards new Molecular Switc...

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Colloquium

During their stay in Valencia, on the occasion of their participation as a jury of the Rey Jaime I Awards, the researchers Prof. Jean Marie Lehn (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1987) and Prof. Ben Feringa (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016) have offered a colloquium focused on the topic "Molecules in Action: Molecular Dynamics and Molecular Machines".

The event opened with the address by Eugenio ...

El Parc Científic recibe la visita de cuatro Premios Nobel

Cuatro Premios Nobel de las áreas de Química y Física se reunen hoy con investigadores de la Universitat de València y del CSIC para intercambiar impresiones y conocimientos en torno a diferentes áreas de investigación. Jean Marie Lehn y Ben Feringa serán acogidos por el Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol); Sheldon Lee Glashow y Frank Wilcek, ...

Coloquio Premios Nobel Química

El Director del Instituto de Ciencia Molecular tiene el placer de invitarles al Coloquio con los Premios Nobel de Química Jean Marie Lehn y Ben Feringa, que tendrá lugar el próximo lunes 5 de Junio en el Auditorio Marie Curie del Parque Científico de la Universidad de Valencia.

El coloquio se centrará en el tema “Moléculas en Acción...

I Jornada de la mujer investigadora

El Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol) y la Unidad de Igualdad de la Universitat de València, en colaboración con el Instituto de Física Corpuscular (IFIC, CSIC-UV), celebrarán el próximo 8 de marzo el Día Internacional de la Mujer Investigadora. Además de incentivar la vocación científica entre las mujeres, la iniciativa pretend...

Científica por un día

Con motivo del Día Internacional de la Mujer y la Niña en la Ciencia desde el Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol) hemos organizado una serie de talleres interactivos y charlas divulgativas. El sábado 11 de febrero, durante la realización de los talleres l@s niñ@s conocerán la biografía de científicas relevantes a lo largo de la historia...

Scientists of the ICMol improve the properties of magnetic molecular materials with high-pressure techniques

Researchers of the Institute for Molecular Science (ICMol) have shown that high pressure can be a tool to control the magnetic order and improve the properties of some molecule-based magnets. The work, published in Nature Communications, is a step forward towards the future application of these systems.
 
The research of molecule-based magnets arouses great interest among the sci...