On the 3rd and 4th September, NanoCarb ESRs attended an online training on paper and PhD thesis writing together with NANOSTEM ESRs. Currently in its third year, the NANOSTEM ETN…
The overarching aim of the NanoCarb ETN project is to develop glycosylated nanoparticles with enhanced therapeutic actions for healthcare applications. 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) recruited for the NanoCarb project will work on their individual ESR projects designed to provide appropriate research goals for PhD students. Each ESR will be exposed to a well-balanced and optimal experience in academia, industry and research centre in order to increase their research experience and scientific maturity.
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry
Dr Marco Monopoli
During April-July 2020 Ashfaq and Panos from Warwick University have been in involved in “I’m a Scientist, Stay at home”, a UK programme for chatting with UK students and teachers. This is…
Panagiotis G. Georgiou (ESR 3) has been awarded a prize at the Macro group UK’s Young Researchers Meeting for his poster presentation titled “New Nanomaterial Design Principles for Biomimics“. Panagiotis is…