The Institute



The Bionanomechanics group was established in 2005 with the aim of developing novel analytical tools based in nanotechnology for biological applications and with a focus in nanomechanical sensing.

Location

Our laboratory is located in Tres Cantos, a quiet and easy-going town 30 km north of Madrid and close to the Sierra de Madrid mountains. We have frequent and convenient communication with Madrid and with the airport by train and bus.

Funding

The Bionanomechanics research is funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Comunidad de Madrid and European Union. We also receive private funding through collaboration with our industrial partners.

Projects

The multidisciplinary and technologically challenging nature of our research requires of a network of international collaborators for the successful accomplishment of the research objectives. We collaborate with reference groups in the fields of micro- nanofabrication, micro- nanofluidics, theory, molecular dynamics simulations and cancer biology.

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  • Montserrat Calleja, winner of the Jaume I Award in New Technologies 2022

    Montserrat Calleja Gómez has been awarded the Rei Jaume I Prize in New Technologies 2022 for her work in the application of the main advances in basic research in physics to practical innovations in the clinical field. Specifically, the awards jury highlighted her work on biomolecular markers and nanomechanical sensors for the early detection of…