Nanomedical Research Underway

CORDIS provides an example of modern research into nanomedicine in the public sector: "A new EU-funded Integrated Project, with a total budget of 26 million euro has become the largest ever project to deal with nanotechnologies. It seeks to develop a new generation of nano-biotechnological devices with therapeutic applications in the field of tissue engineering." You can find more technical details at the CellPROM website - it's fascinating, advanced, forward-looking stuff. These are the sorts of fundamental technological capabilities required for progress towards greatly extending the healthy human life span through nanomedicine.



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