ProtoQSAR researchers participate at different international events
We are thrilled to announce that our Marie Curie funded researchers, Salvador Moncho and José Luis Vallés, have recently presented their work at various international events, showcasing their groundbreaking research to audiences from all over the world.
Salvador Moncho, a researcher in the field of nanomaterials, gave a captivating divulgative talk at the INspiracy event, a section of the scientific BCNspiracy event which was designed to showcase the latest scientific updates to high school students. Salvador’s talk focused on his recent work called NanoQSAR, in which he applies QSAR methodologies to study the properties of nanomaterials. His presentation was a great success, engaging and inspiring young minds and showing the potential of chemoinforatics applied to nanotechnology.
In addition to his talk at INspiracy, Salvador also presented the latest updates of his work at the international congress NanoBioMed22. Here, he discussed the groundbreaking outcomes of applying QSAR methodologies in the field of nanomaterials, which is a significant step towards a better understanding of the properties of these materials.
But that’s not all – our other Marie Curie funded researcher, José Luis Vallés, also made an impact at the international event RiskTox. He presented the latest outcomes of his EU funded project GenoQSAR, in which he uses QSAR methodology to study genotoxicity computationally. His presentation was a great success, highlighting the significance of his project and demonstrating the importance of his research in advancing our understanding of genotoxicity.
The contributions of our researchers Salvador Moncho and José Luis Vallés are invaluable in disseminating the advances of their projects, and we couldn’t be prouder of them for achieving such important milestones. These events not only showcase their groundbreaking research, but they also inspire future generations to pursue a career in science and to make a difference in the world. We look forward to seeing what further developments they will make in the near future.