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TU Delft tears physics apart.

In this video we made an introductory explanation to of the experiment described in the paper ‘Loophole-free Bell inequality violation using electron spins separated by 1.3 kilometres’ by B. Hensen et al. at the Delft University of Technology

The implications of this experiment are deep and mind-blowing. It was an honour for Scixel to be a small part of it.


We've just finished a beautiful work for Impetux.

Impetux is an optical tweezers company based in Barcelona, Spain. They are transferring to the society, the results obtained from cutting-edge scientific research conducted along the past 7 years at the Optical Trapping Lab – Grup de Biofotònica (BiOPT) of the University of Barcelona.

It has been a real pleasure aswell as an inspiring experience.


Scixel in Nature Communications... in a very discrete way

Scixel has appeared (using the backdoor again) in Nature. We've done a representative image for a work of Juan José Sáenz, Frank Scheffold et al.


Our first cover on Nanoscale, something to be proud of.

Prof. Pedro de Pablo (UAM) and colleagues, are studying human adenoviruses electrostatics, trying to understand the recognition patterns between viruses and cells. Read the paper


Elements of Friction Theory and Nanotribology

Somehow, dont ask how, we made it to the cover of a Cambridge book cover. Perhaps it was the help of Dr. Gnecco... only perhaps...


The T7 Bacteriophage delivers

Researchers at the CNB (CSIC) studied the DNA injection dynamics of the T7 Bacteriophage. It is not obvious how viruses deliver their DNA, packed at amazingly high pressure, without damaging the cell.

This work has been awarded with the last JBC cover. It was requested by Dr. Ana Cuervo and Scixel did the scribbling.