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Novel and improved nanomaterials, chemistries and apparatus for nanobiotechnology

Objectif

This IP proposes the research, development and commercialisation of discrete but overlapping areas of material science, materials chemistry and supporting/applying hardware systems. It will deliver novel and improved solutions to emerging and current needs in biology, health, chemistry, process engineering and the environment. Most particularly its outputs intend to address molecular diagnostics. The project will also address training of individuals, at all levels, in areas of relevance to its work and promotion of public awareness and female participation in science, engineering and technology with respect to Nan technology and biotechnology. Finally it intends to deliver an effective web based resource for reference purposes with respect to bio/environmental compatibility of materials and chemistries involved in nanotechnology. Technologically this project concentrates on 3 main themes where existing approaches, materials or methods are either limiting or non-existent and where market opportunities exist. These are
(i) tailored, characterised nana- and micro- materials (including paramagnetic materials) based upon, silica, magnetite and carbon in the forms of paramagnetic Nan particles, malodorous molecular sieves, carbonnanotubes, nimrods, nonporous surfaces and bidisperse silica,
(ii) chemistries involving; surface activation leading to improved and controllable surface fictionalisation of materials via electro-oxidation and chemical polymerisation of choral dicarbazoles and disproves and diene/dienophileinteractions and chemistries relating to perfluorpolymers for improvements in bioseparative processes; contrasting agents including quantum dots and electron spin traps and novel assembly chemistries for synthetic nucleic acids and related monomer pythons and
(iii) new hardware platforms and associated reagents for application of the above in molecular diagnostics processes particularly forensics.

Appel à propositions

FP6-2002-NMP-1
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Régime de financement

IP - Integrated Project

Coordinateur

UNIVERSITY OF KENT
Adresse

Canterbury
United Kingdom

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Participants (12)

BAR ILAN UNIVERSITY
Israël
Adresse

Ramat Gan

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DIREZIONE CENTRALE DELLE POLIZIA CRIMINALE-CRIMINAPOL
Italie
Adresse
Viale Dell'aeronautica, 7 Rome
Rome

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EAST CHINA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Chine
Adresse
Meilong Road, 130
Shanghai

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GENETIX LTD
United Kingdom
Adresse
Stem Lane Industrial Estate, Queensway
New Milton - Hampshire

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HEALTH PROTECTION AGENCY
United Kingdom
Adresse
61 Colindale Avenue
London

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INSTITUTO ZOOPROFILATTICO SPERIMENTALE DELL'UMBRIA E DELLE MARCHE
Italie
Adresse
Via G. Salvemini, N.1
Perugia

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PHILIPS GMBH FORSCHUNGSLABORATORIEN
Allemagne
Adresse
Weisshausstrasse 2
Aachen

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SAVYON DIAGNOSTIC LTD.
Israël
Adresse
Habosem 3 St.
Ashdod

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SHEMYAKIN-OVCHINNIKOV INSTITUTE OF BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
Russie
Adresse
Miklukho-maklaya St. 16/10
Moscow V-437

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SIGMA-ALDRICH BIOCHEMIE GMBH
Allemagne
Adresse
Georg-heyken-strabe 14
Hamburg

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THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM
Israël
Adresse
The Aurthority For Research And Development, Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram
Jerusalem

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UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI URBINO "CARLO BO"'
Italie
Adresse
Via A. Saffi, 2
Urbino

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