HYLIGHT Project, coordinated by Samuel Ojosnegros from IBEC, was selected by the ATTRACT Phase 2, an initiative of the European Union to boost the transfer of deep technology with great potential to transfer from the laboratories to the society. The project was financed with around 2M euros for 26 months and aims to develop a diagnostic device to select embryos based on their metabolic profiles and increase the success rates of in vitro fertilization techniques.
Samuel Sánchez, ICREA research professor at the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), where he leads the “Smart nano-bio-devices” group, receives the Banc Sabadell Foundation Award for Science and Engineering for his contribution to the field of nanotechnology.
The second edition of the EMBL-IBEC Conference organized by the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) focused on the medicine of the future, bringing together 170 international experts in the field of bioengineering at the PRBB in Barcelona this week.
Yesterday, the report “Lessons and challenges after two years of pandemic” was presented at the Carlos III Health Institute in Madrid, the first in a series of studies on trends in Spanish research that the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) will carry out each year and which will analyze current scientific issues.