IBEC researcher Samuel Sánchez has been honored with the 2023 Constantes y Vitales Award in the “Young Talent in Biomedical Research” category for his work on designing self-propelled nanorobots capable of delivering drugs within the human body. This initiative, presented by LaSexta and AXA Foundation, aims to foster biomedical research in Spain and spotlight the contributions of its scientists.
IBEC showcases its technological capabilities to foster new partnerships at BIOSPAIN. IBEC representatives actively participated in the BIOSPAIN conference, seizing the opportunity to highlight the institute’s advancements in science and technology. Over the three days of the event, they presented various aspects, ranging from basic research to the coordination of state plans and technology transfer conducted at IBEC. BIOSPAIN, a premier congress in Europe, brings together more than 850 innovative entities specializing in health, sustainable agri-food practices, and solutions against climate change.
The start-up specializes in the development of biocompatible nanorobots capable of delivering drugs to difficult-to-treat tumors more efficiently and safely than current therapies. Nanobots Therapeutics is the third investment in … Read more
Samuel Sánchez has successfully secured an “ERC Proof of Concept” grant, provided by the European Research Council (ERC), to explore the application of his nanorobots in the treatment of mucus-secreting tumors. This prestigious grant enables researchers to assess the feasibility and potential for knowledge transfer of their research projects.
The BASF–ICIQ awards rewards excellence in three key categories: best doctoral thesis, patent and entrepreneurship project, highlighting the transformative potential of researchers and entrepreneurs in the field of chemistry. The … Read more
Today marked the second edition of the BASF-ICIQ Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards, which reward excellence in the field of chemistry. The biomedical company Nanobots Therapeutics S.L., led by Prof. Samuel … Read more
BLADDEBOTS is a project led by IBEC researcher Samuel Sánchez, focused on developing nanorobots to treat bladder cancer. To transmit BLADDEBOTS research to society, the researcher has collaborated with the … Read more
The Clinical Immersion Program for PhD students is an initiative Entrepreneurship Program of the IBEC and the College of Physicians of Barcelona (CoMB). Its objective is to connect IBEC doctoral … Read more
Nanobots Therapeutics is the spin-off recently created by the Institute of Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) and the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA) that proposes to develop a … Read more
During the visit, the President of the Government of Catalonia, Pere Aragonès i Garcia, and the Minister of Health, Manel Balcells i Díaz, were able to learn first-hand about several … Read more