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Seminar Prof. W. Grochala – Florence 19/12/2022

Monday 19th December 2022 at 15.00. Lecture Room 2, Building F, Florence CNR Research Area, Sesto Fiorentino (FI). Prof. Wojciech Grochala, Center of New Technologies, University of Warsaw, Poland. Title: “Ag fluorides as a replacement for Cu oxides towards high–TC superconductivity”. FLYER

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Coloriamo l’Energia – Florence 03/12/2022

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Also this year, Museo Galileo, in collaboration with the Institute of Chemistry of OrganoMetallic Compounds (ICCOM) of the National Research Council (CNR) re-proposed  an appointment with “Coloriamo L’energia” on 3rd December 2022 at 11.00 am: a laboratory to trace the history of energy from the production of electric charges with the first electrostatic machines to […]

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Art and Science: a renewed synergy between CNR-ICCOM and OPA

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The treasures and goldsmiths of the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo in Pisa, the magnificent painted canvases and panels, the frescoes, the sculptures, the stones, the masonry, the mosaics, are just some of the works object of study and investigation by the researchers from the CNR-ICCOM Institute of Pisa (Simona Raneri, Giulia Lorenzetti, Stefano Legnaioli, Vincenzo […]

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IUPAC Day “The heritage of Alessandro Volta” – Como 24/10/2022

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Within the framework of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD), the Italian National Commission for IUPAC is organizing an one-day hybrid conference focused on electrochemistry and mainly directed to students and civic society in Italy. Thanks to the lectures of our colleagues Proff. Arbizzani, Fabbrizzi and Bella, the occasion will be […]

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Nanoporous, ultralight aerogels from egg proteins.

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A recent study by researchers from the Institute of Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds (CNR-ICCOM) and Institute of Nanosciences (CNR-NANO), in collaboration with colleagues from Princeton University, Aramco Research Center-Houston, Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Trento and Queen Mary University of London, published in the journal Materials Today, demonstrated the possibility of transforming specific proteins (albumins) […]

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BRIGHT NIGHT 2022 – The Colours of Energy – Florence, 30/09/2022

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CNR-ICCOM Firenze participates in the 2022 edition of BRIGHT NIGHT with a demonstration stand in Piazza S.S. Annunciata in Florence, on 30/09/2022 starting at 5.00 pm. CNR-ICCOM researchers will talk about the important role of Chemistry in the development of new photovoltaic technologies that will allow for alternatives to traditional photovoltaics. Solar cells with dyes […]

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CNR-ICCOM Pisa participates in BRIGHT NIGHT 2022 – 30/09/2022

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SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER 30th BRIGHT-NIGHT 2022 AT CNR IN PISA Once again, CNR-ICCOM Pisa participates in BRIGHT-NIGHT, the European Night of Researchers and Researchers, in the 2022 Edition. The themes: 1. We support the planet 2. For a sustainable community 3. A better world for everyone 4. Let’s future 5. Research… in health! 6. […]

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Workshop in Memory of Doriana Scittarelli – Ferrara 09/09/2022

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The Department of Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Agricultural Sciences of the University of Ferrara and the whole University have decided to organize a day within the doctoral school to remember Dr. Doriana Scittarelli, a young first-year PhD student in Chemical Sciences of the University of Ferrara and former CNR-ICCOM fellow, recently passed away. The Workshop will […]

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CNR-ICCOM coordinates the Horizon Europe Project “FRESH” Formate for Renewable Energy Storage

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CNR-ICCOM has been awarded and coordinates the European research project “Formate for Renewable Energy Storage” (FRESH), funded by the European Commission under Horizon Europe through the European Executive Agency for Climate, Infrastructure and Environment (CINEA). The project is coordinated by Dr. Hamish A. Miller, researcher at ICCOM Sesto Fiorentino site. The project, lasting three years […]

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A predictive method for efficient catalysts of the ORR reaction in hydrogen fuel cells.

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A key technological obstacle to the widespread adoption of proton exchange membrane fuel cells is the development of highly active and durable platinum-based catalysts to accelerate the slow oxygen reduction reaction (ORR). A team of CNR researchers from the Institute of Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds (CNR-ICCOM) and the Institute for Physical Chemistry Processes (CNR-IPCF), in […]

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