Biofunctionalization in DeDNAed presented at BioNanoNet Annual Forum

Aitziber L. Cortajarena (CIC biomaGUNE) presented biofunctionalization work at BNN event on 13 September 2023 in Vienna, Austria.

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DeDNAed workshop: Advancing Raman Spectroscopy with DNA Origami

On 29 August 2023, the DeDNAed project will host a workshop entitled “DeDNAed: Advancing Raman
Spectroscopy with DNA Origami” within the 4th European Biosensor Symposium in Aachen, Germany, on the campus of the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences.

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DeDNAed @ BioCHIP Berlin

Last week (13. – 14. June 2023), BioCHIP Berlin 2023, an annual event focused on microfluidics technologies and applications, captivated attendees. Julia Hann (TUC) presented DeDNAed, while the DNA Origami builder garnered significant attention. This dynamic event showcased the potential of microfluidics in various sectors, fostering collaboration and inspiring groundbreaking discoveries. Exciting times lie ahead in the realm of microfluidics!

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Aicha Azziz brings DeDNAed to French radio

On 2 March 2023, Aicha Azziz (iMMM) was interviewed from the French radio show “15 MINUTES POUR COMPRENDRE”.

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Interaction Analysis @ UP

DeDNAed is developing a novel, innovative biosensing platform with benefits in terms of sensitivity, versatility and speed. This biosensor platform has four model interaction pairs: DNA-DNA, Aptamer-small molecule, peptide-protein and antibody-protein.

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DeDNAed @ BioNanoMed conference 2023

Susanne Resch from BNN presented a poster at the BioNanoMed conference 2023.

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Behind the scenes at partner CIC biomaGUNE

We took a look behind the scenes at the facilities of our partner CIC biomaGUNE in Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain, where we got to see the synthesis of gold nanoparticles, among other processes. Take a look!

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DNA Origami Immobilization @ TUC

Look behind the scenes of the working group of the Center for Microtechnologies (ZfM) at Technische Universität Chemnitz, located in the laboratories of the new research center for Materials, Architectures and Integration of Nanomembranes (MAIN).

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DeDNAed @ MAIN General Assembly

On October 10, Mathis Janßen (TUC) presented his work in DeDNAed – “DNA Origami as (Bio-)Sensor Platform” – to fellow researchers at the MAIN General Assembly from the Technische Universität Chemnitz.

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Towards safe innovations in Nanodiagnostics

The DeDNAed project is guided by safety and sustainability-by-design (SSbD) principles to ensure the production of sustainable and intrinsically safe products.

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