An Italian research group has developed a micromechanical antibiogram for bacterial infection analysis (a new device to detect bacteria movements). They are looking for research collaborations with companies involved in the production of medical and analytical 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 21 2017
Market: Micro- and Nanotechnology related to Biological sciences, Microbiology
Technology: Micro- and Nanotechnology related to Biological sciences, Microbiology , Virus, Virology/Antibiotics/Bacteriology
NACE: Research and experimental development on biotechnology