Participation at COST Action CM1305
From September 8th to September 9th 2016, our Ph.D student Rubén Solorzano assisted to the COST Action CM1305 workshop held in Krakow, Poland.
This COST Action was focus on Explicit Control Over Spin-states in Technology and Biochemistry (ECOSTBio). This COST Action is divided into four working groups, which are complementary and connected through these four aspects of the chemistry of spin states: synthesis, theory, spectroscopy and catalysis
Here, Rubén Solorzano gave a talk about the applications developed in our group about nanoscale coordination polymer particles (CPPs). In general, CPPs exhibit high metal ion payloads content, high biocompatibility, low toxicity and offer the possibility to harbor additional functions. Therefore, CPPs have emerged as an alternative platform to provide new opportunities for engineering multifunctional systems with applications in drug delivery and/or biomedical imaging.