NanoBioSeparations Group Research groups

The Nano Bio Separations Group is a transdisciplinary team that creates barriers for separations and sensing by combinining synthetic membranes with emerging materials and biomolecules. The apparent aim is to develop tunable, highly-selective and versatile interfaces; the underlying driving force is to understand intertactions between molecules and ultimately the concept of selectivity.Current research topics comprise:

  • Membranes modified by room-temperature ionic liquids for separations
  • Oligonucleic acid-functionalized stimuli-responsive membranes
  • Biomolecules in room-temperature ionic liquids for sensing and separations
  • Room-temperature ionic liquid based sensors
  • Membrane separations for microreactor systems

Science field

Physical Sciences

RIS3 Priorities
  • Energy
  • Biosciences & Health
Main researcher
Thomas SchÄfer
Centro Joxe Mari Korta Center Tolosa Avenue, 72, 20018. Donostia-San Sebastián · Spain
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