The goal of the project is to create single atom platforms, using organic templates obtained via the on-surface synthesis method. The focus is on 1D and 2D nanostructures with innovative characteristics and able to stabilize single metal atoms for applications in catalysis and magnetism.
#PRIN2022 e #PRINPNRR2022: CNR-ISM will play a central role with a total of 19 projects approved including 7 as Principal Investigator in the fields of innovative materials, energy, sensors and biomedicine.
The aim of the project is to integrate the energy produced by solar cells and biomasses into a compact storage module to power electric micro-networks of rural communities poorly served by national services. The focus is placed on the improvement of a hybrid system and on the use of the production residue, enhancing both the energy value and the environmental impact.
The aim of the project is to identify useful strategies for the formation of new low-dimensional nanomaterials through the on-surface synthesis.
The focus is on the use of organic nanostructures that are able to stabilize single metal atoms for applications in catalysis.
Understanding how a specific molecule performs during complex biological processes is a challenge in biomedical research, despite extensive biotechnological advances in recent years. A new major EU FET project that sees the involvement of CNR-IBBR and CNR-ISM, iSenseDNA, is now focusing on developing a technology to identify what a change in a molecular structure means for its function.
#Supercoiled_DNA #DNA_modelling #optical_analysis #onchip_photonics
Funded by the Basilicata Region as part of the complex research and development projects "CORES", the IBIS ECO project (IoT-based Building Information System for Energy Efficiency & Comfort) started in January 2022, involving CNR-ISM for the fabrication of hi-tech sensors of polluting gases.
ISM will represent the partner able to satisfy the requirement to supply Key Enabling Technologies (KET), together with the leader Scai Lab, within the consortium.
The #SpectraFood project aims to combine the realization of an innovative portable spectrophotometer with the enhancement of optical properties by nanoparticles for the evaluation of the quality and #foodsecurity in the #agri-food_chain.
The #FOTONICS project aims to realize and optimize a photodetector based on the ultra-fast Bi2Se3/Si heterojunction, operating at low voltage from ultraviolet to infrared and cheaper than those on the market.
#broadband_photodetector, #Bi2Se3/Si_heterojunction #topological_insulator
BioDivErSI is a project funded under the Public Call "Gruppi di Ricerca 2020" POR FESR Lazio 2014-2020
The project will build a prototype instrument that combines an #electrospray ionization source and #mass_spectrometry techniques to develop a new technology for #biomarker discovery and structural characterization. BioDivErSI will focus on the identification and characterization of microRNAs, as non-coding single-stranded RNA sequences, which negatively regulate gene expression at the post-transcriptional level and play a primary role in the development and progress of various viral diseases and infections.
The PARIDE project is starting now! Funded by the regional agency #Lazio_Innova in the framework of the call "Gruppi di Ricerca 2020", merges the competences in electronic devices’ development of #CNR-ISM, here collaborating with #CNR-IC, with those of the Electronic Engineering Dept. of TorVergata University and the know-how of Niccolò Cusano University in the electronic design. Aim of PARIDE is the development of #perovskite #imaging #x-ray_detectors fabricated on flexible substrates and coupled to a compact electronic system for signal elaboration, and characterized by high sensitivity to monitor radiation doses used in surgery #radioprotection and #oncological_radiation therapy.
The #E-CROME project, for #telemedicine to assist cancer and terminal patients, is launched.The project, funded by Regione Lazio, Lazio Innova, Call Projects Research Groups 2020 involves the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies (DSTC) and the Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering (DICII) of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, the National Research Council (CNR-ISM and CNR-IC) and the Gemelli University Hospital Foundation (FPG).
In veterinary medicine, as well as in human medicine, regenerative therapy using stem cells is getting increasing importance.