Instituto de Nanociencia y Materiales de Aragón
The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is the largest research institution in Spain, the fourth-largest public research institution in the EU and the sixth in the world, producing 20% of the national scientific output. The Aragón Nanoscience and Materials Institute (INMA-CSIC/UNIZAR) is a joint research center between The University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR) and the CSIC. INMA’s research areas include the development of functional materials for quantum technologies, energy and the environment, biotechnology and biomedicine, as well as fundamental studies of new nanoscale phenomena. It has wide experience managing national & international projects and works closely with industry through private contracts. INMA has a full range of scientific services and access to other local relevant infrastructure, such as the scientific services of UNIZAR.
Scott G. Mitchell, from the BioNanoSurf Group from INMA, will take part in ENCLOSURE. He carries out independent research. His current academic interests involve synthesizing modular and hybrid materials which possess properties that can be fine-tuned and harnessed for a variety of applications in heritage science, biotechnology and catalysis.
Scott G. Mitchell will contribute to the development and study of the materials developed in the context of ENCLOSURE.