By Bernat Bozzo, from the Low Temperature and Magnetometry technical service. The photo is a long exposure of a starry night that makes the earth rotation very visible.
By Rossella Zaffino (and Daniel Riba), ICMAB researcher in the Functional Nanomaterials & Surfaces (FUNNANOSURF) Group.
“A monolayer of organic molecules obtained by sublimation on a silicon oxide surface that remind us of paradise birds flying.”
By Martí Gibert, from the Nanostructured Materials for Optoelectronics and Energy Harvesting (NANOPTO) Group.
“In order to find all this beauty we just needed to look up in the sky (solar spectral splitting)”
By Nerea Murugarren Garrido, ICMAB researcher in Nanoparticles & Nanocomposites (NN) Group.
“It is wonderful when we find similarities between our lab life and nature. This is a bacterial cellulose sample produced in the Nanoparticles & Nanocomposites Lab. It reminded us of a jellyfish! Can you see it as well?”
By Kapil Gupta, from the Superconducting Materials and Large Scale Nanostructures (SUMAN) Group.
“Dragon and Tiger Pagodas – A temple in Kaohsiung, Taiwan”
“One could say the Chinese invented pasta but Italians perfected it. Well they are trying to do the same with ramen, and they are not that far with this ENTIRELY homemade ramen! (Even the noodles are homemade!!!)»
“En primavera las flores vuelven tanto al jardín como a la sartén”
“This is gallium, a metal that you can melt with your own body temperature!” Check the video out here, in @marticurie’s Instagram.
By Bernat Bozzo, from the Low Temperature and Magnetometry technical service. A striking black and white landscape that reminds us of the work of Ansel Adams.