Nano-immunoEra mid-term meeting in Rome

🌎Nano-immunoEra mid-term meeting in Rome: Happy to share some moments of the workshop organized by the UNITOV analytical group.

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Nano-immunoEra workshop (14-17 April 2024 ) in Bologna

🌎Nano-immunoEra workshop (14-17 April 2024 ) at UNIBO: Happy to share some moments of the workshop organized by the UNIBO analytical group. The workshop “One health: new frontiers for bioanalytical chemistry” lasted two and a half days accompanied by a second event focused on “quality control workshop for the one health challenge: the quality of the data”. Particular attention was on the challenges of Data Management in One Health Model and the concept of FAIR data

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Nano-immunoEra workshop (13-15 December 2023 ) in Rome

🌎Nano-immunoEra workshop (13-15 December 2023 ) at UNITOV: Happy to share some moments of the workshop organized by the UNITOV analytical group. The workshop was attended by 10 researchers and secondees of Nano-immunoEra showing the results of the project to the sensor community.

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2023 European Researchers' Night: Madrid

Last week in Madrid we participated at the European Researchers Night 2023 showing the results of the NanoImmunoERA project

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2023 European Researchers' Night: Bologna

Yesterday our group of researchers from Bologna participated in the researchers’ night 2023 showing the results of the NanoImmunoERA project

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Nano-ImmunoEra Fact Sheet

Nano-ImmunoEra Fact Sheet on CORDIS

 

Training in nanotechnology-based antibody detection

Antibody detection in body fluids can inform clinicians about a person’s encounter with various pathogens as well as the diagnosis of autoimmune or other diseases. However, despite their widespread implementation, serological assays suffer from a lack of sensitivity and specificity, necessitating the continuous research for alternative approaches. Funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions programme, the overarching goal of the Nano-ImmunoEra project is to develop nanotechnology-based biosensors and diagnostic tools for the detection of clinically relevant antibodies. The project primarily involves activities for the training of the next generation of scientists in the field of materials sciences, nanotechnology, molecular biology and biosensors.

Fact Sheet