New synthetic molecules capable of blocking the inflammatory cascade at the root, selectively blocking the TLR4 receptor.
Proprietario: Università di Milano Bicocca
Robotic branching device able to move holonomically, for the motorized transport of hospital beds ideally with a patient aboard.
Dispersione colloidale stabile di un polimero insolubile che può essere stampato direttamente su substrati flessibili.
Transition metal dichalcogenides films produced by directly writing on a support with a thickness of a single or a few layers of material.
Portable device for analyzing transparent gems, capable of identifying the composition and origin of the same.
Photoanode for the generation of hydrogen via photocatalytic splitting of water to meet the need for a source of clean energy.
The invention is a multimodal navigation device for bikes. Thanks to its peculiar design, it can provide intuitively accessible navigation information, and it can turn the two [...]
Imaging window for intravital nonlinear microscopy for in vivo quantification of the biomaterial implant response or tumor growth and its response to a drug.
MALDI-MS-Imaging method to solve "indeterminate due to malignancy" (TIR3) and "suspected" (TIR4) cases for more precise diagnoses.
Thermal patch with polymeric films loaded with non-toxic nanoparticles capable of efficiently converting absorbed (red) light into heat.
New TLR4 agonists, capable of inducing the production of inflammatory cytokines in human and mouse cells for the production of antibodies.
New series of 161 oxadiazolyl-oxazolidinone compounds, for use in the treatment of infections caused by Gram-positive 'Super Bug' bacteria.
High efficiency flexible electrodes for potentiometric electrochemical devices based on InN / InGaN solid state materials.
Software for spectral reconstruction starting from data acquired with cameras with a limited number of channels (e.g. RGB or RGB + IR).
Pharmaceutical product for the treatment of all forms of ALS by acting on the dysregulation of miR-129-1 in patients with familial or sporadic ALS.