"Lab on a chip" optimized to study the invasive power of cells in three-dimensional systems that simulate the physiological environment.
Proprietario: Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata
Gas signals are converted into thermal tactile stimuli, via sensors and heaters placed on the surface of the body.
Apparatus that has been developed to study the thermo-hydro-mechanical behavior of soils subject to freezing and thawing.
Voice analysis for investigating a patient's state of health, in particular to facilitate the diagnosis of diseases and / or disorders.
Drug that prevents the formation of blood vessels in the tumor and the generation of metastases, with low systemic toxicity.
A bacteriophage, i.e. a virus specific against bacteria, able to selectively eliminate microrganisms causing infections.
Economical and low environmental impact process for preparing bromotimol which shows an antibacterial action up to 15 times higher than thymol.
Lightweight and easily workable material, made with natural and recycled elements for building and other structures.
Continuous production of organic polymeric membranes for the decontamination and / or purification of water.
Nanoelectronic device capable of storing data and processing them without the need to rely on circuits external to the memory itself.
Enthalpy heat exchangers for air replacement in buildings equipped with ionomeric polymers membranes, cross-linked or not crosslinked.
The invention deals with a novel gripping and fixing system between two communicating vessels. The systems is very simple, versatile and robust.
Inhaled adenosine for the treatment of lung damage; given its ability to protect tissues from ischemic insults.
Peptides and peptidomimetics for the inhibition of protein-protein interactions of the SHP2 phosphatase, for treatmenting various neoplasms and RASopathies.
Dry modular prefabricated, which allows for high construction precision and a considerable degree of flexibility.
Synthesis and use of a new peptide for the prevention and treatment of diseases affecting the central nervous system, such as Alzheimer's.
Method for the measurement of otoacoustic emissions that enables a calibration independent from the insertion depth of the probe in the ear canal.
Method for estimating the three-dimensional geometry of the cardiovascular system to reconstruct the hemodynamics in time.