Archive | January, 2017

Analysis of alternative splicing events for cancer diagnosis using a multiplexing nanophotonic biosensor

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RSEF-FBBVA prizes award ceremony

The Real Sociedad Española de Física (RSEF) and Fundación BBVA celebrate a ceremony to present the prizes of  the RSEF-FBBVA Physics Awards. Research Professor Laura M. Lechuga, Group Leader of the ICN2 Nanobiosensors and Bioanalytical Applications Group, received the Physics, Innovation and Technology RSEF-FBBVA Award on December 14 in Madrid. As a consequence, many media […]

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Prof. Laura M. Lechuga in La Vanguardia

The research profesor Laura M. Lechuga was interviewed in La vanguardia last 24th of December. The publication appear in the section “people”. Find below the link of the news: http://www.lavanguardia.com/gente/20161223/412854031875/la-fisica-mas-grande-en-nanotecnologia.html

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PreDICT: Point-of-care Nanoplasmonic Platforms for Novel High-Value Diagnostics and Therapy Follow-Up

The constant progress in understanding the underlying mechanisms of complex diseases such as cancer, autoimmune diseases or neurodegenerative disorders has steadily increased as disciplines related to proteomics, genomics and also metabolomics have emerged and being exploited. These advancements are inevitably changing traditional concepts in medical care through the development of specific diagnostic strategies and the […]

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On the Spot Diagnosis.

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Towards an Integrated Optofluidic System for Highly Sensitive Detection of Antibiotics in Seawater Incorporating Bimodal Waveguide Photonic Biosensors and Complex, Active Microfluidics.

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