NanoArt

Issue 65 (2010): Nano
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Hugo Martínez-Tormo.
Nanowor(l)d
, 2010. Digital technique, 21×28 cm.

Víctor Puntes. Cobalt, 2009. Digital photograph, UltraScan Gatan camera, 50×70 cm. Hugo Martínez-Tormo. Nanopaper, 2010. Digital creation, 21×28 cm. Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau. Nano Territory, 2007. Mixed media, variable dimensions.
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José Luis Prieto Marín. Scrambled Egg and Mushrooms, 2009. Photography. Image awarded a prize at the 7th edition of the National Scientific Photography Contest (FOTCIENCIA) held by FECYT and CSIC. Anne Niemetz and Andrew Pelling. Composition, 2009. Digital collage, 30×22,5 cm. Paul Thomas and Kevin Raxworthy. Nanoessence, 2009. Video capture, variable dimensions.
© Mètode 2011

Membre del comitè organitzador d’«Expanding the Space». Professor lector de la Universitat de Barcelona. Departament de Física Fonamental.