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Antisense oligonucleotides for ALS
Novel treatment of neurodegenerative diseases with accompanying TDP-43 proteinopathy
Biotechnology
Medical technologies
Technology  
Aptamers for the early detection and monitoring of neurodegenerative diseases
A novel approach for ALS and FTD using single-stranded RNA aptamers to selectively identify TDP-43 protein aggregates
Clinical sciences
Medical technologies
Neuroscience
Technology  
Microfabrication method of flexible electrically conductive layers
A novel technique that allows the production of highly conductive micro-wrinkled layers on flexible substrates, that can be repeatedly deformed without loss of their electrical properties.
Biotechnology
Medical technologies
Technology  
Pressure sensors with wireless operation
A highly sensitive and flexible wireless device for detection of physiological pressure changes in a body.
Biotechnology
Data, AI & robotics
Medical technologies
Technology  
Small photosensitizers for photodynamic therapy
Ultra-small photosensitizer molecules enable precise, minimally invasive photodynamic therapy with exceptional sensitivity and selectivity.
Biotechnology
Clinical sciences
Medical technologies
Therapeutics
Technology  
Smart E-Skin
High-Performance 3D Shape Reconstruction and Tactile Sensing of Soft Systems
Data, AI & robotics
Medical technologies
Sensors
Software
Technology  
Elderly man assisted to get out of bed
Smart health monitoring furniture
Unobtrusive monitoring and data analysis of fluids levels in the body
Data, AI & robotics
Medical technologies
Sensors
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Super resolution cell layering to produce tubular tissue
Biotechnology
Medical technologies
Technology  
Treatment for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)
ARDS is the leading cause of respiratory failure in ICU patients who require mechanical ventilation. Colony Stimulating Factor 1 (CSF-1) is proposed as an effective therapy for the treatment of ARDS.
Biotechnology
Medical technologies
Therapeutics