Prize for the Best Thesis in the Field of Nanotechnology, promoted by the Cátedra SAMCA de Nanotecnología
RESEARCH AND TRANSFER CHAIRS
Anna Molet-Rodríguez, from the University of Lleida, wins the First Prize for the Best Thesis in the Field of Nanotechnology.
Anna Molet-Rodríguez wins the First Prize with her Thesis based on the encapsulation of food additives, entitled: “Design and application of emulsion-based delivery systems as carriers of antimicrobials or bioactive compounds into complex food matrices”.
The Cátedra SAMCA de Nanotecnología
supports and encourages research projects in different thematic lines in the field of Nanotechnology, including the completion of doctoral theses. The aim is to publicise the latest advances in the field of Nanotechnology through dissemination, as well as to promote the transfer of this knowledge to companies for the ultimate benefit of society.
In order to promote and recognise quality doctoral research, the Cátedra SAMCA de Nanotecnología, in collaboration with the Iberus Campus of Excellence, agreed to create a programme of awards for the best thesis in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, which began with the call for the academic year 2020/2021.
Attached is the resolution signed by the Director of the SAMCA Chair of Nanotechnology, Ms Reyes Mallada Viana
and the members of the Jury.