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  • The Center receives an international panel with Expo Nano

    Complying with the requirements for the Conicyt basal centers, Cedenna received the visit of a panel of international scientists who evaluated the performance of the Center in its 8 years of operation. To show the diversity of developments and disciplinary …

  • Youth, technology and transfers

    The 7th Internal Workshop was held during the second half of 2017, bringing together under and postgraduate students and young and senior researchers. The workshop addressed themes identifying tree species that help in environmental decontamination, the synthesis of new materials, …

  • Plants that capture harmful atmospheric nanoparticles are being studied

    Scientist indicates that three types of trees have the capacity to improve air quality in winter by retaining ultrafine and nano-size particles. The laurel-in-bloom (Nerium oleander), the Australian laurel (Pittosporum tobira) and broad-leaf privet (Ligustrum lucidum) keep their leaves throughout …

  • Scientists create a low-cost decontaminant that draws on solar light

    The project led by Dr. Diego Venegas-Yazigi improved the efficiency of a titanium oxide-based material that has been optimized to remove organic waste from irrigation water by using sunlight. This project involved the participation of the consulting firm H2Cuenca, which …

  • Six postdocs of the Center are awarded Fondecyt de Iniciación

    Six young researchers from our Center, Sebastián Castillo, Edgardo Cruces, Gabriel Elías, Sebastián Michea, Manuel Gacitúa and Alejandro Pereira were selected in the Fondecyt contest for Initiation to Research 2017. Three of them have been linked to Cedenna as students …

  • Imogolite and magnetism are a focus of interest

    Last week there were two interesting scientific meetings organized by Cedenna. The city of Puerto Varas received researchers from the United Kingdom, France, Italy, the United States and Brazil, who participated in the Imogo2017 congress, oriented to discuss experimental, theoretical …

  • New areas explored for stem cell growth

    The recent acquisition of an electrospinning equipment with standards for biomedical use, has allowed the study and development of applications in the cosmetic and stem cell area. The nanofiber weaving technique creates highly flexible and adaptable materials, helping the nesting …

  • Minister of the Economy calls for “Made in Chile” innovations

    This statement was made during the visit of the Secretary of State to the most important nanoscience center in Chile, CEDENNA, which works in scientific research and education on developments at the nanoscale, that is, in dimensions of thousandths of …

  • Chilean scientists develop nanoparticle that helps in resisting aging skin

    A group of researchers in the laboratories of the Center for the Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (CEDENNA) are working on producing a hydrogel of imogolite, a material that contains up to 99% water and facilitates nutrient transport that favor …

  • Nanotechnology press release on Mega TV network

    Cedenna develops nanotechnology solutions for mining, food preservation, environmental and medical problems, among others. The Mega TV broadcast made a report for its news Ahoranoticias, about The Revolution of Nanoscience and where participation of Cedenna stands out.     http://www.ahoranoticias.cl/noticias/tendencias/202476-la-revolucion-de-la-nanociencia.html

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