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Institut Català d'Investigació Química

Established in 2000 by the Government of Catalonia, the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia began its exploration exercises in 2004. ICIQ is focused on performing incredible research at the outskirts of information in two principle zones: Catalysis and Renewable Energy. The foundation additionally has two different responsibilities: information and innovation exchange to the synthetic, pharmaceutical and vitality mechanical divisions and that of preparing the future era of researchers by offering amazing instructive projects to ace and PhD understudies and postdoctoral scientists also. Our central goal is to lead, from the vantage purpose of sub-atomic science, cross-techniques for unravelling significant social and monetary difficulties, for example, environmental change and reasonable supply of lively and crude materials, along these lines adding to the foundation of learning based economy and enhancing personal satisfaction for all. Research: ICIQ research groups work in many different areas, from computational chemistry to the development of industrial processes and patents. All of ICIQ groups share the same goal: to attain sustainability. Some of our main areas of study are detailed below. Feel free to click the icons to get more information on each of them. Here at ICIQ we have a multidisciplinary approach to research, encouraging all sort of collaborations: in-house, national, and international. We also work on Science Policy to position chemical research in the European research strategy agenda. ICIQ’s Research Support Area (RSA) provides the scientific instrumentation needed to carry out research at the institute. The RSA is divided into 11 units, each one dedicated to a specific technique or group of related techniques: X-Ray Diffraction; High Resolution Mass Spectrometry; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Chemical Reaction Technologies; Chromatography, Thermal Analysis and Electrochemistry; Spectroscopy and Reaction Kinetics; Heterogeneous Catalysis; Photophysics; High Throughput Experimentation (HTE) laboratory; Mechanical Workshop and Glass Blowing Workshop. Universities: Universitat Rovira I Virgili; Esteve; Repsol; Covestro; BASF