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Braiker among the 31 start-ups awarded at the Ticket to the Future event – PGM9 – Final Network Incubators, Accelerators and Science and Technology Parks of the Premio Gaetano Marzotto

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Braiker, the point-of-care device for detecting brain trauma from blood tests, was selected by the Polo Tecnologico Navacchio for a 12-month incubation and acceleration path towards industrial development and market entry. Congratulations to all the CNR-NANO and Scuola Normale Superiore team, and thanks to the President of the Polo Tecnologico Andrea Di Benedetto and to the Premio Gaetano Marzotto.
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Braiker @ Italian Tech Week

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TECHSHARE DAY 2019, A day born from the collaboration between the Polytechnic of Turin and the University of Turin to present the inventions and prototypes developed by the universities to companies and investors, giving visibility to technology transfer activities. There are 140 projects participating, chosen specifically for their characteristics and coming from all over Italy, and among these, there is also ours! https://twitter.com/neurosens1/status/1143465146125303808?fbclid=IwAR0Y9MrS5CAXdZifXxQ_dMmP9TpsxLRYCtLC7uZc_rvqyOzfyv0EHZIBC50
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New paper on Krabbe disease

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Our new study on autophagy in Krabbe disease is now online on Neurobiology of Disease (Elsevier). Congratulation to all the authors. "Dysregulated autophagy as a new aspect of the molecular pathogenesis of Krabbe disease" by A. Del Grosso, L. Angella, I. Tonazzini, A. Moscardini, N. Giordano, M. Caleo, S. Rocchiccioli, and M. Cecchini. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0969996119301238
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MDPI Sensors – Special Issue on Surface Acoustic Waves Biosensors and Microfluidics

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The journal Sensors has just launched the Special Issue "Surface Acoustic Wave Biosensors and Microfluidic Devices", for which Marco Cecchini is acting as Editor. Authors are encouraged to submit novel research papers and reviews, with areas of focus that include, but are not limited to: 1. Surface Acoustic Waves as a biosensing tool: SAW biosensors, SAW-actuated biosensors, SAW interaction with biological species (e.g., cells), functionalization strategies, multiplexing strategies, integration methods; 2. Surface Acoustic Wave microfluidics for breakthrough applications: SAW-induced acoustophoretic devices, SAW-induced acoustic streaming devices, SAW-enhanced biosensing technologies, SAW-actuators, multiplexing strategies, sample preparation. 3. Surface acoustic wave–fluid interaction and biosensing: Modeling/simulation. https://www.mdpi.com/…/surface_acoustic_waves_biosensors_an…
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Neurosens wins PHD+ prize with a novel biosensor!

Neurosens wins PHD+ prize with a novel biosensor!

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BRAIKER, a novel biosensor for brain biomarkers, won the PHD+ contest!!! This was organized by University of Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna and IMT of Lucca as a part of the Contamination Lab initiative. This course is focused on high tech start-up, how to begin and how to make it grow. Link to the site. The winning pitch was given by Matteo Agostini who presented BRAIKER, a novel biomedical device for brain pathologies that Neurosens developed. It is based on nano-acoustics, namely acoustics exploiting nanotechnology. Thanks to nano-sensors and micro-transductors it can manipulate fluids and perform molecular assays. This lab-on-a-chip will be explored for other pathologies, too. This device was funded by the Regione Toscana project GLIOMICS for brain pathologies.
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Partecipation @ European Biosensors Symposium (Florence, 18-21 Feb 2019)

Partecipation @ European Biosensors Symposium (Florence, 18-21 Feb 2019)

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NeuroSens was present at the 2nd European Biosensor Symposium. This conference aims to stimulate exchanges among researchers working in Europe, or outside Europe, in the field of Biosensors. Here, young researchers presented their recent results from the front end of research, while keynotes speakers showed high-end research and traced the directions of current trends.The Symposium key topics areTechnologies for innovative formats: miniaturized, implantable, non-invasive, disposable, single/multiarray biosensors, paper-diagnosticsBioengineered and biomimetic recognition elements (MIPs, aptamers, receptors, modified enzymes with increasing catalytic activity, sensor-actuator-molecules etc.)Nanotechnology, surface engineering and bioelectronics (Single-Molecule and molecular sensors, nanoparticles and nanostructures enhancing biosensor performance etc.)Cell biosensors: Sensors with cells (Pharma testing, cell toxicity, REACH); in the cell („Pebbels“, indicators, „biosensing“); for cell research and single cell based diagnostics (Patch-Clamp and electrodes, sensors for regenerative therapies)Advances in applications…
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