Studies of interaction of nanomaterials with biological systems
Several scientists have pointed out that lack of knowledge in the interaction of nanomaterials with biological systems can seriously limit nanotechnology potential. Thus, part of our research activity aims to give a contribution to this field by investigating nanoparticles intracellular trafficking, their capability of crossing the biological barriers, nanotoxicology or their potential antimicrobic effect in vitro e in vivo
SMART-ELECTRON project in collaboration with EPFL, ICFO, TECHNION, CNR, HOLOEYE, QED
Spatio-temporal investigation of lipid nanoparticles-cell interaction, uptake and intracellular trafficking through the development of a novel ultra-fast transmission electron microscopy system.