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New Technologies 2018
Curriculum Vitae

(Valencia, 54 years old) Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor of University, director of the Interuniversity Institute for Molecular Recognition and Technological Development (IDM) and scientific director of the CIBER-BBN of the Carlos III Health Institute, has coordinated 99 national and Europeans projects.Professor Martínez-Máñez has worked for more than 25 years in the design of molecular probes and chemical sensors, which allow to observe modifications in the molecules that cause color changes in sensors or fluorescence. In this way, he has achieved very reliable sensors for clinical diagnosis, changes in the environment and control of food quality with applications in agriculture and nanomedicine.His research in this field has been pioneering. He has published a total of 393 articles in different scientific journals with a high impact index.Professor Martínez develops his work in the Department of Chemistry of the UPV.

Fallo del jurado
The jury of the Rey Jaime I Award for New Technologies has evaluated Ramón Martínez-Máñez for his exceptional contributions in the development of nanosensors with applications in food technology and medicine.
The high scientific quality of their work has been applied in different technological fields with social impact.
The technologies developed by Ramón Martínez-Máñez include colorimetric labels for the assessment of freshness in foods, nanoparticles for the simple detection of the papilloma virus and nanostructures for the controlled release of active products against the Mediterranean fruit fly, among others.