Satellites

Europe hosts outstanding centres with complementary analytical expertise and facilities for preclinical characterisation of Med-nanomaterials.

It is not possible to integrate many of them in EUNCL because it is considered as a “starting community”. However, we believe it is essential to keep a close connection with these analytical centres as we can mutually benefit from sharing of experience and this would contribute to structuring the European Research Area.

The satellite laboratories are located in Europe and have been selected based on their technological offer or expertise, beyond the expertise already available within EUNCL.

The involvement of satellite laboratories will enable EUNCL to adapt to the broad needs of the community on a case-by-case basis. Indeed, as nanomedicine is a complex field of research with diverse applications, routes of administration, and nanomaterial types, it is expected that some very unique expertise not covered by EU-NCL may be needed on a case-by-case basis.

In that event, EUNCL will facilitate the connection between the Med-NP developers and the satellite laboratories with the expertise necessary to address those specific analytical questions. Therefore, the structure of EUNCL is kept open and sufficiently flexible including the option for later access of new partners after the project’s runtime.

Application as a Satellite Lab to EUNCL is open. The capacity of the candidate to contribute to EUNCL objectives – delivery of routine, cost-effective and reliable analytical assays required by the regulation authorities - without duplicating the existing expertise will be evaluated before decision.

There is no funding between the Satellite Labs and EUNCL. The Satellite labs are invited to the annual EUNCL General Assemblies to keep the link active with the EUNCL consortium.

FORTH

The Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (IESL-FORTH) was founded in 1983.  It has since established its international presence in the areas of Laser Science, Micro/nano-electronics, Polymer Science, Materials Science and Astrophysics. Nowadays, IESL occupies a distinct position in the international scientific map in several of these fields.

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CYBERNANO

Our team is composed of scientific experts specialized in cell biology, oncology, signal processing, data-driven modeling and nanotechnology. Since 2000, we have been participating to several French and European scientific projects in Computational Biology and Nanomedicine. Our ambition is to become a key player of the Big Data revolution in Pharmaceutical R&D.

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INL

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory- INL is an Intergovernmental Organisation created to foster interdisciplinary research in Nanotechnology and Nanoscience. Aiming to become a vital part of Europe’s scientific area, INL provides a high-tech research environment addressing major challenges in nanomedicine, nanotechnology applied to environmental & food control nanoelectronics, and nanomachines and molecular manipulation at nanoscale.

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European Nanomedicine Characterisation Laboratory (EUNCL)

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  • Seeking a Formulation Scientist
    The Nanotechnology Characterization Lab (NCL) provides nanotechnology formulation and characterization services for universities, the pharmaceutical industry and other government programs. Since our founding in 2004, the NCL has characterized more than 400 different nanomedicines for more than 100 organizations worldwide. We are currently seeking a Formulation Scientist to join our team. Those having experience with liposomes, micelles, and emulsions are especially encouraged to apply.
  • EURONANOFORUM 2017 – Partners presented EUNCL
    EUNCL partners presented the project and the service we offer to our sponsors in a booth as part of the exhibition. EuroNanoForum 2017 focused on how nano and materials technologies can strengthen competitiveness across all European industries.
  • EUNCL General Assembly
    The EUNCL Partners, Third Parties, Satellite Labs and External Advisory Board met for the second Annual Meeting of the EUNCL project. EUNCL partner TCD organized the meeting in Dublin, Ireland from 31 May – 2 June 2017.

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