A delegation from Deakin University (Australia) has visited CIC microGUNE today. Professor Lingxue Kong, researcher at Deakin University, has presented a new molecular diagnostic platform that can significantly reduce the time required to diagnose infectious diseases. The seminar entitled “Molecular Diagnostics – International collaboration to tackle key health issues” takes place today, 8th of April, at CIC microGUNE.
The Graphene LIVE! series of events visited Berlin last week, bringing the latest in graphene manufacturing and applications alongside co-located conferences on Printed Electronics, Energy Harvesting & Storage, and SuperCapacitors. Our CEO Jesus de la Fuente was on the spot, participating in a session on “the graphene opportunity in supercapacitors”, with his lecture “"Graphene Market Opportunities in Energy Storage Applications”.
90% of deaths from cancer arise from metastasis. This is triggered when a tumour send out what are known as circulating tumour cells (CTC), having the capacity to invade new zones of the body. Currently, in order to detect these cells, a lengthy, costly and complex process has to be undertaken.
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Place: DIPC. Donostia