An Italian research center has developed an innovative device for the diagnosis of skin tumors (Atomic Force Microscopy based instrument able to measure the mechanical properties of cancer cells). The research group is looking for research collaborations with companies that produce medical analytical devices and nanotechnology/metrology instrumentation. A regional grant can support the co-development of the research results by paying the costs of one year research fellowship.
Submitted: May 17 2017
Updated: Jun 23 2017
Market: Diagnostic equipment, Diagnostic services , Micro- and Nanotechnology related to Biological sciences , Monitoring equipment
Technology: Biobased Materials, Micro- and Nanotechnology
NACE: Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering, Research and experimental development on biotechnology