This background image is a composite photo of a culture of nanofibres.
| ||The 2013 Virtual Conference is now online. All of the presentations made during the Annual Plenary Meeting are available in streaming video and powerpoint format, all the posters and the prize winning videos are also available. |
| ||The Nano-Tera project i-IronIC, led by Prof. G. De Micheli, EPFL, has led to the developement of a tiny, portable personal blood testing laboratory: a minuscule device implanted just under the skin provides an immediate analysis of substances in the body, and a radio module transmits the results to a doctor over the cellular phone network. This feat of miniaturization has many potential applications, including monitoring patients undergoing chemotherapy. |
| ||The teams of Prof. Christoph Gerber of the University of Basel and Dr. Donata Rimoldi from the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in Lausanne have recently developed a novel diagnostic method that analyzes the RNA of cancer cells using nanomechanical sensors, i.e. microscopically small cantilevers. Thus, healthy cells can be distinguished from cancer cells. The research, carried out within the RTD project PATLiSci led by Dr. Harry Heinzelmann, was just published in Nature Nanotechnology. |
The online version of the 2013 Annual Plenary Meeting is now available
Eighteen new project pages
are now available for RTD 2012 projects.
A new call for proposals for RTD, NTF and ED Projects has been announced. The call documents and the instructions for submission can be found here