Research & Development
Partnerships play an important role in our activities and we value establishing and maintaining strong relationships with our contacts within the scientific, academic and business communities. We are engaged in several joint research projects at national and international levels, some of them publicly funded.
Below are some of the current projects in which we are involved.
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC) Catching by capillaries in vivo
Integrated-optical detection of volatile organic compounds
Diagnostic methods to detect food pathogens
Screening of Autoimmune Diseases
Rapid detection of antibiotics in food
Optical microring sensor for analysis of electrolytes
Detection of HLA Antibodies using Membranes