Cellulose-based composite materials to be adapted and exploited for the fabrication of various electronic components.
Proprietario: Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Devices whit application in a wide spectrum of wavelengths and sensitive to the chemical-physical characteristics of the environment.
Method which aims to replace damaged neurons by restoring brain function lost or compromised by neurodegenerative diseases or trauma.
Coated bioelectronic chip that improves network formation and the quality of electrical insurances from neuron cultures.
Mechanism that can be integrated into a polyarticulated under-operated hand to increase the number of grip functions of an artificial hand.
Actuator device that converts chemical energy into kinetic energy, thanks to a semipermeable elastic membrane.
A dual output mechanism adapted to selectively activate or activate one of the two outputs via a secondary actuator.
Adaptively morphing device able to safely and effectively clutch tissue during minimally invasive surgery.
Mutants of the amadoriase enzyme with significantly improved heat resistance properties compared to the natural enzyme.
Implantable device, designed for the long-term release of multiple payloads which allows to carry out combinatorial approaches.
Optical microscope which provides the possibility to perform inertia free axial scanning of the detected focus plane.
Natural diterpene and derivatives as potential inhibitors of ArnT, one of the main mechanisms of resistance to colistin in bacteria.
Prosthetic wrist suitable to be kinematically interposed between the distal end of an arm prosthesis and a terminal device.
Wearable, exoskeleton, actuation device for the assisted movement of the fingers of a user's hand, comprising of a supporting platform.
Electrochemical biosensor extremely sensitive and reproducible, which allows the detection of photosynthetic herbicides and other contaminants.
A bridge inspection and maintenance system for continuous monitoring and accurate image acquisition has been developed.
A simple, scalable and easily adaptable CDK12-biomarker test to identify localised DNA damage in cancerous cells.
Robotic handler for moving and sorting objects (various sizes and shapes), with high levels of flexibility.