Announcement of the University of Alicante for which a position of predoctoral research staff is offered to cover with a temporary contract for the project: "Electrocatálisis en líquidos iónicos", of the University Institute of Electrochemistry.
Ending term presentation of instances: May 12, 2021
Announcement of the University of Alicante for which it is offered to cover with a temporary contract a position of senior collaborating personnel to collaborate in the project: "Lignin biorefinery approach using electrochemical flow", of the University Institute of Electrochemistry.
Ending term presentation of instances: April 9, 2021
Nanomaterials prepared at the University of Alicante Institute of Electrochemistry are to be sent to NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) for use as electrocatalysts in an electrochemical device to study the ammonia oxidation reaction, as part of a project related to the purification of urine in space.
The nanomaterials have been designed at the Institute of Electrochemistry by PhD student Roberto Martínez, technician Francisco José Vidal Iglesias and researcher José Solla-Gullón and are made up of platinum (Pt) nanocubes supported by a carbonaceous matrix.