- Environmental Friendly Nanotechnologies and Biotechnologies in Water and Soil Treatment” with total costs 14 mil EUR in 8 years. Project intention is to establish the NANOBIOWAT Center connecting potentials of 3 academic and 6 industrial subjects in order to develop and implement ecologically friendly nanotechnologies and biotechnologies for water and soil treatment.
Scientific News In Metal Nanomaterials
The researchers of RCPTM have design a novel and unique nanoscale zerovalent iron-employing technology to tackle with the cyanobacteria issue >>
The Head of the Division is Assoc. Prof. Libor Kvítek, CSc.
Scientific focus of the division:
Panacek A., Kvitek L., Prucek R., Kolar M., Vecerova R., Pizurova N., Sharma V. K., Nevecna T., Zboril R.: Silver Colloid Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization, and Their Antibacterial Activity. J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 16248-16253 (2006) Link
|Panacek A., Kolar M., Vecerova R., Prucek R., Soukupova J., Krystof V., Hamal P., Zboril R., Kvitek L.:Antifungal activity of silver nanoparticles against Candida spp. Biomaterials, 30, 6333-6340 (2009) Link|
|Prucek R., Panacek A., Fargasova A., Ranc V., Masek V., Kvitek L., Zboril R.: Re-crystallization of silver nanoparticles in a highly concentrated NaCl environment – a new substrate for surface enhanced IR-visible Raman spectroscopy. CrystEngComm, 13, 2242-2248 (2011) Link|
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