Knowledge and skills transfer for the application of nanotechnology in biosensors for foodborne pathogens Abstract

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Vasa Radonić
Slavica Savić Ružić
Branimir Bajac
Nikolina Janković
Jasna Mastilović


The Know4Nano project aims to unlock synergetic research and innovation potential between EU-partner institutions and Biosense Institute (BIOS) to enhance the research and management capacity of BIOS staff in the field of bionanotechnology (BnT), project management and technology transfer to perform research activities toward the development of innovative and user-friendly personalized point-of-care diagnostic tests for food safety applications along the farm-to-fork food chain. Good practice, innovation, and scientific excellence from the leading European research institutions in the field of BnT: Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Barcelona, Spain, with expertise in nanotechnology and nanoscience-based biosensors, and microfluidics, National Research Council, Rome, Italy, an expert in molecular biology, optical biosensors, biosensors testing and validation, and food safety, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic, an expert in materials science, materials synthesis, functionalization, and charac­terization of materials, will be transferred to BIOS by establishing a knowledge transfer platform based on carefully designed mobilities, trainings and mutual collaboration. Know4Nano will enable researchers from BIOS to acquire essential expertise, competencies, and skills in the field of nanomaterials, biosensors, microfluidics, and food safety, and enhance BIOS research management capacities and administrative skills for further commercialization, exploitation.


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Radonić, V., Savić Ružić, S. ., Bajac, B. ., Janković, N. ., & Mastilović, J. . (2024). Knowledge and skills transfer for the application of nanotechnology in biosensors for foodborne pathogens: Abstract. HEMIJSKA INDUSTRIJA (Chemical Industry), 78(1S), 75. Retrieved from
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