Mario Urso and Martina Ussia, from Future Energy and Innovation Lab, spoke about the recent paper published in Nature Communications
He's in physics, she's in chemistry. Each has a different focus, yet their scientific work has crossed. And met with success. CEITEC BUT husband and wife team Martina Ussia and Mario Urso have scored with their research on trapping and detecting nanoplastics using light-powered microrobots made from revolutionary MXene materials.
Read the full interview here.
URSO, M.; USSIA, M.; NOVOTNÝ, F.; PUMERA, M., 2022: Trapping and detecting nanoplastics by MXene-derived oxide microrobots. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS , p. 3573-1 - 14, doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-31161-2