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The German technology P.R.I.T.® with its air-liquid interface imitates lung behaviour. It is used for the first time to test a nanoparticle-based drug designed for inhalation.
Transplant glomerulopathy is a common pathology in kidney transplantation that is associated with graft loss. French researchers identified 5 groups of patients with distinct characteristics - including different renal transplant survival chances. A machine learning approach was applied to a database to get these results. This promising approach is being translated into a clinician-accessible tool to assess the risk of graft loss associated with transplant glomerulopathy.
EU-backed scientists have shown that Serengeti National Park’s wild dogs weren’t the victims of well-meaning researchers but left the area because of competitors like lions.
Chronic kidney disease affects 3 million people in France. Of these, 87,000 are treated by dialysis or receive a kidney transplant. The cost of these renal substitution treatments exceeds €4 billion per year for the French health insurance system. Research on kidney disease had never been the subject of large-scale state support until recently.
To slow down the rise of non-curable infections, a Dutch company developed a diagnostic kit to identify strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Women working in a Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) project muse on 2019’s theme of #BalanceforBetter.
An experiment carried out in Spain shows the distribution of an inhaled nanomedicine in rat lungs.
Discover Adenium, a small biotech company from Denmark. It develops the molecule that may become the next generation of antibiotics.
WEBINAR: Testing innovative demand response systems - An introduction and discussion of energy flexibility initiatives at the blocks-of-buildings-scale developed by the Sim4Blocks project.
Time: Thu 2019-03-28 12.00 - 13.00 Location: KTH Entré Type of event: Lectures and seminars Lina Bertling Tjernberg, KTH Power grid technologies for a sustainable future IlkaJahn, KTH A secure European grid for the future Yvonne Ruwaida, Vattenfall Unlocking flexibility meeting the capacity challenge