Diagnosis of viral infections is due for a technological makeover: the VIRUSCAN sensor can identify viruses such as SARS-CoV-2 and Ebola by measuring their mass and stiffness. Read full article at...Read more
Bionanomechanics conference, 4th-7th May, 2021. The Bionanomechanics conference is funded by Viruscan Project.
http://bionanomechanicsconference2020.com/ A forum for communication and discussion of the most striking results in the fastly advancing field of mechanobiology. Communications on recent advancements in mechanical biomarkers from their diverse...Read more
Researchers from VIRUSCAN Project developing a universal nanodevice for detecting any virus and bacteria.
Researchers from the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) have managed to measure for the first time the resonance frequency of a single bacterium. Using optomechanical devices (which measure light and movement), researchers...Read more
First Prize in the Area of Experimental, Exact and Environmental Sciences “Spontaneous Formation of Core-Shell Nanoparticles of Au-SiO2 at the tip of Silicon Nanowires Revealed by Scanning Electron Microscopy at Very Low Voltages” By...Read more
CSIC-Quo best spanish researchers list released today. More info: www.quo.esRead more
https://goo.gl/2CR21A Congratulation!! #womeninscience #nanobiosensorsRead more
RUG poster presentation on VIRUSCAN work on the DutchBiophysics 2018, NH Conference Center De Koningshof in Veldhoven, 1st – 2nd October, 2018
RUG has delivered a poster presentation titled “Nanoindentation studies on viral particles” at the “DutchBiophysics 2018”. The poster addressed the results on the so-called nanoindentation experiments.Read more
RUG poster presentation on VIRUSCAN work on the Dutch SPM Day 2018, Utrecht University, November 9th 2018
RUG has delivered a poster presentation titled “Nanoindentation studies on viral particles” at the “Dutch SPM day 2018”. The poster addressed the results on the so-called nanoindentation experiments. Download PosterRead more
Prof. Tamayo has obtained the 2018 Physics, Innovation and Technology award granted by the Royal Spanish Society of Physics.
Prof. Tamayo, responsible of the Nanobiomechanics lab and Research Professor at IMN-CSIC has been award with the 2018 Physics, Innovation and Technology award. His upstanding work in biomechanics is an example of basic research in physics with...Read more