New methods and techniques for modifying polymer foils to improve their bio-functions using extreme ultraviolet (euv) radiation from laser plasma light sources which will be developed during the project for biomedical technology.
The geometry of airways will be generated by medical image techniques. Numerical models and aerosol measuring systems will be developed to analyse inhaled aerosol deposition. Human and in-vitro experiments will then validate the results.
To introduce new technology for the design of innovative intraocular lenses (iols) that fully restore natural peripheral vision for motion detection, significantly improving quality of life of yearly millions of cataract patients with an iol implant.
Realization of eye applicator for injection application of medicine into the cornea of the eye. The creation of design solution that will meet the requirements for application of medicine into the cornea.
To develop a simulation testing environment to reduce bioburden in interior spaces by high-efficient filter elements, which are investigated with the help of sensitive in vitro assays and biomarkers derived by data mining and other detection systems.
The placentus is a new paradigm for management of monochorionic pregnancies: the creation of software system for non-invasive previsualization of superficial vasculature of placentas for improved prognosis and for improved prognosis and planning of fetoscopic laser therapy.
This project aims at developing a novel, wireless recording system that is able to perform continuous recording of field potentials from the surface of the brain for research and diagnostic purposes.
The project will address the urgent need for new drugs to effectively combat infections caused by flaviviruses such as zika or dengue virus through blocking a protein critical to their lifecycle using innovative macrocyclic chemistry.
This project will develop the omegaspot(tm) which is a rapid, point-of-care (poc) diagnostic test that semi quantitatively determines user's levels of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (dha) from drops of blood.