Bionanomechanics group research appeared in the press and in CSIC news.

The group's work about mass sensing and stiffness spectrometry based on two-dimensional vibrations of resonant nanowires has been highlighted in CSIC news and national newspapers. The figure represents an artist view of the process where the red beam is the detection laser used to follow the small displacements of the nanowire. The white spheres represent the molecules being deposited on the nanowire. Molecules modify nanowire vibration accordingly to two properties: mass and elastic rigidity.Artist/Ramón Andrade. 3DCiencia.


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