Register! Key Enabling Technologies for Better Cancer Diagnosis – GLAM Workshop

This workshop organised by the GLAM project aims at bringing together experts from the field of photonics, nanomedicina, micro-nano-bio systems and translational medicine and healthcare. Speakers are high-level experts and researchers in the field of cancer diagnosis. Attendees are researchers, regulators, practicians, doctors and media.   The event will include keynotes form cutting-edge technologies and… Read More »

Industrial demonstration of alternative DWOR due to begin in the next months!

MIDWOR-LIFE is already working with the six companies that will participate in the industrial demonstration of the alternative DWOR products that have been selected together with them for five different applications, namely workwear, upholstery, fashion, automotive carpets and sportswear.   Textile researcher Marolda Brouta (LEITAT) comments on the lab demonstration results: “The most interesting result… Read More »

LEITAT was Granted Six Large Horizon 2020 NMBP Projects

LEITAT was recently granted six large research projects in the field of Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing funded under Horizon 2020. These projects span from health to biotech and pilots, being four of them coordinated by LEITAT. The total budget of these six projects sums up to 46,4M€, out of which… Read More »

Online Digital Innovation Hubs Catalogue available

As part of the implementation of the Digitising European Industrial Strategy, a Digital Innovation Hubs Catalogue was created containing comprehensive information on the digital innovation hubs in Europe to give any SME or industry access to the exact competence fitting its needs in order to digitize its products and services. One of these Innovation Hubs… Read More »

Collaboration between Almirall, ICMAB-CSIC and LEITAT in Nanomedicine applied to Dermatology

The research project Nano4Derm will focus on the development of innovative formulations containing nanoencapsulated active ingredients for the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases, such as Acne and Psoriasis. This project will lead to the development of two types of nanocapsules containing active ingredients aiming to address current unmet needs and challenges, such as antimicrobial resistance,… Read More »

New Resources for European Marine Monitoring

Five months have already passed since the COMMON SENSE project successfully finished. Here is a short review of this project containing the key outputs. The project was a great success, with significant progress made to improve marine data acquisition using sensors to contribute towards increasing the availability of standardised data on: eutrophication; concentrations of heavy… Read More »