Lino Ferreira attended the EMBC in Berlin to speak about “Light-activatable (nano)materials for cell regulation”. Speakers of the session: Jiaojiao Wu (Tongji University, Shanghai), Yu Cheng (Tongji University, Shanghai), Leonardo Ricotti (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna) and Salvador Pané Vidal (ETH Zürich).
Our group has been represented by Arnab, Catarina, Miguel, Susana and Vítor in CRS Annual Meeting in Valencia. They presented different works about light triggerable technologies for controlled release of proteins and small molecules and about controlled release and in vivo imaging of small extracellular vesicles.
The conference organized under the scope of the ERA@UC project on the 28th and 29th of June was very fruitful, with more than 200 people registered and several posters presented by researchers from different institutes and universities. Ageing related topics, such as laboratory models to study the ageing process, effect of ageing in the vascular [...]
Our group is organizing a conference entitled "Ageing: models, mechanisms and therapies" to be held on the 28th and 29th of June in Coimbra. The conference will have the contribution of renowned scientists from 3 continents that will discuss for 2 days new approaches to model, prevent and treat ageing-related diseases. For further information follow [...]
Hugo Fernandes organized a biotechnology course in IEC (instituto de Educação e Cidadania) for high school students. This course is focused on advanced therapies with application in Biomedicine, covering several topics such as, regenerative medicine, nanobiotechnology, gene therapy, etc. The course consists of weekly seminars given by researchers from UC-Biotech and from other institutions.
Miguel Lino was interviewed by RFI, an international radio broadcaster. The interview was focused on our nanotechnology platform for the remote controlled release of microRNAs, recently published in ACS Nano. The interview can be listened here http://pt.rfi.fr/mundo/20190129-nanoparticulas-com-controlo-remoto-aumentam-sucesso-de-celulas-transplantadas
Lino Ferreira participated in the NanoGateway Winter School in Braga with a talk focused on triggerable biomaterials for regenerative medicine. The NanoGateway is a project co-funded under the Interreg V-A Spain-Portugal Cooperation Programme and is led by the Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory. The main objective of this project is the implementation of a strategy to unlock [...]
Open position for a PhD student in the NANOSTEM Initial Training Network (Marie Skłodowska-Curie-ITN) http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=106205
Our research work, recently published in ACS Nano, has received the attention of several news agencies websites, reaching now a broader audience. http://noticias.uc.pt/universo-uc/nanoparticulas-com-controlo-remoto-por-laser-aumentam-o-sucesso-de-celulas-transplantadas/ https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/lifestyle/1102222/controlo-remoto-por-laser-leva-ao-sucesso-de-celulas-transplantadas https://sicnoticias.sapo.pt/pais/2018-10-18-Nanoparticulas-com-controlo-remoto-por-laser-aumentam-sucesso-de-celulas-transplantadas
September 7-9, 2018- Cambridge, MA Bob Langer is the most cited engineer in history and one of the ten most cited individuals in history. He directs the largest biomedical engineering lab in the world. During the last days, Langer lab alumni celebrated his birthday in Boston. It was a memorable event, full of emotion, respect [...]