Greetings from Ferrara! We’re delighted to share the tremendous success of our second project meeting in this picturesque Italian city.
“Nanorheology and Nanoindentation Revealed a Softening and an Increased Viscous Fluidity of Adherent Mammalian Cells upon Increasing the Frequency” was published in the prestigious journal “Small”
A Celebration of Discovery and Fun!
A groundbreaking study, published in “Science” could redefine spinal cord injury (SCI) recovery!
Nature publication breaks boundaries: Brain-Spine Interface empowers paralyzed individual to walk again!
“My wish was to walk again and I believed it was possible. I tried many things before and now I have to learn how to walk naturally again,” the participant, Gert-Jan, reported in the press briefing. “I can walk at least 100 or 200 metres, depending on the day, and I can stand for two or three minutes unsupported.”
Piezo4Spine Introduction at the Europe Day organized by CSIC and UAM in the Eugenio Trias Library (Madrid)
Julia Martínez and Conchi Serrano (CSIC) presented the Piezo4Spine project to interested high school students.
“This disease can be cured”.
The molecular biologist coordinates the EU initiative to create the first material that regenerates the nervous system.
Conchi Serrano gave a talk on ‘Nanomaterials for the design of novel therapeutics in neural repair’
The publication demonstrates the impact of slightly different SPIONs (superparamagnetic iron oxide multicore nanoparticles) on the cellular and molecular processes of primary neurons.
Congratulations to Juliana Martins da Rosa, winner of the Young Research and Innovation Award from Castilla-La Mancha!
The president of Castilla-La Mancha, García-Page praises research work and thanks the award winners for their “perseverance, effort and tenacity”.