Two reviews from our group summarise the latest efforts in organ-on-chip technologies to emulate in vitro microfluidic systems. These devices are an opportunity to evolve the fields of biofabrication and sensing technology Organ-on-chip (OOC) technology has been an efficient tool
INBRAIN Neuroelectronics is a spin-off company of the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), partner of the Graphene Flagship, and ICREA. It was established in 2019, at the intersection between MedTech, DeepTech and Digital Health, with the mission to
Nuestros estudiantes Denise Marrero y Miguel Zea participan en la II Edición de los premios “Yo Investigo. Yo Soy CSIC” de divulgación científica.
Recent developments on a novel graphene-based sensing platform, which provides high resolution, real-time measuring of brain activity, could be the gateway to unlocking a superior understanding of the brain.
The work, A Minimally Invasive Microsensor Specially Designed for Simultaneous Dissolved Oxygen and pH Biofilm Profiling, presents a new device for simultaneous detection of dissolved oxygen and pH specially designed for dynamic profiles of concentration inside biofilms.
We are placed at the Barcelona Microelectronics Institute (IMB-CNM, CSIC) and we also belong to the CIBER-BBN. The group takes advantage of the technological capacities available at the Clean Room of the IMB-CNM in order to provide novel solutions to different biomedical applications. These solutions are mainly based on sensing solutions at different levels of biological organization, i.e. mollecules, cells and organs. As a consequence, the group works jointly with different biomedical research groups, from the theoretical analysis to the final clinical trials.