We can now say that “Reproducibility is in the bag”. Together with my collaborators, we came up with a suggestive title for our latest accepted paper in Ultrasonics Sonochemistry: Is reproducibility inside the bag? It is a new collaboration with colleagues from India, Finland, and the visit of an Erasmus-Portuguese student.
A paper in which I contributed, and appeared in PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, (open access) is the result of scientific discussions during a Lorentz Workshop in Leiden, The Netherlands. (more details here).
The title was “Avances en aplicaciones a la industria alimentaria de los Ultrasonidos”, as part of the course “Tecnologías Emergentes 2016-17, Máster Universitario en Nutrición, Tecnología y Seguridad Alimentaria”. It was already warm in Spain at such an early time of the “spring” (March 10th).
On March 2nd 2017 I will give a lecture on “Improving nanomaterials exfoliation inside a bag” as part of the BINA Annual Conference in Ein-Gedi, Israel.