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Bioinicia has been selected as one of 50 finalists for the European Commission´s “Innovation Radar Prize 2018” for the category of “Best early stage innovation”. This prestigious prize scheme puts a spotlight on high quality innovative excellence emerging from Horizon 2020. Bioinicia has been recognized by the European Commission for the development of the first worldwide tool for electrospray coating of 3D parts with concave surfaces of insulating materials. The public voting opens today and it will remain until 12th November at 12PM (CET). We ask you to support our project by voting...

We are delighted to announce that Bioinicia has been selected as one of 50 finalists for the European Commission´s “Innovation Radar Prize 2018” for the category of “Best early stage innovation”. This prestigious prize scheme puts a spotlight on high quality innovative excellence emerging from Horizon 2020. Finalists are grouped into the following five categories, with 10 finalists in each category. The categories are: Tech for Society – recognising technologies impacting society and citizens Excellent Science - cutting-edge science underpinning tomorrow's technological advances Industrial & Enabling Tech - the next generation of tech and...

Bioinicia presents its state-of-the-art project with Dermtreat A/S, a Danish biopharmaceutical company focused on developing innovative approaches for the treatment of mucosal diseases. Dermtreat’s lead product is the Rivelin® patch, which in its first application is being targeted towards the treatment of Oral Lichen Planus: a chronic condition that affects 1-2% of the population. The Rivelin® patch will provide a novel treatment option for the localized delivery of medicinal drugs to damaged or diseased mucosal tissue. This product has been developed by Dermtreat with support from scientists from the University of...

Electrospinning is a simple and versatile technique for the fabrication of ultrafine fibers from solutions of polymeric and/or bioactive materials. This technique has shown considerable potential in a wide range of fields including biomedical applications, such as drug delivery, wound healing, regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. Electrospinning for tissue engineering has been extensively researched over the last 20-30 years, primarily due to the inherent similarity of electrospun structures to the native extracellular matrix within our tissues and therefore its ability to provide cells with a familiar environment in which to...

This month we interviewed Dr. Salvador Borrós, Director of the Materials Engineering Group (GEMAT) from IQS School of Engineering, a Spanish innovative group expert in the design of implantable medical devices using Fluidnatek® LE-10 electrospinning equipment. Dr. Salvador Borrós and his research group explain how passionate they are about innovation and how they work with our Fluidnatek® LE-10 electrospinning device in order to create the best innovative solutions for the biomedical devices technology. As Director of the Materials Engineering Group (GEMAT) from the Institut Químic de Sarrià (IQS), what purposes motivated the...

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