First KardiaTool project meeting in CSIC Brussels: interview with the researchers
The first review meeting of the KardiaTool project, a project funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, was organised onMarch 2019. The project involves fourteen partners from nine European countries and one non-European country (United States). The consortium is formd by five universities, five research centres, including the CSIC, two SMEs and two industry partners.
26 July 2019
The staff from CSIC Brussels took the opportunity to interview Francesc Teixidor and Clara Viñas, research professors at the Institute of Materials Science in Barcelona (ICMAB), and Joan Bausells, research professor at the National Centre for Microelectronics in Barcelona (IMB-CNM). Francesc Teixidor is the Workpackage Leader of the magnetic nanoparticles part, and Joan Bausells is the Dissemination Manager and member of the Project Management Committee.
Read the interview here:
You can read the whole interview here: https://www.d-bruselas.csic.es/kardia-tool/, where you will find information about the KardiaTool project, and its researchers.
- ICMAB and IMB-CNM participate in the European project KardiaTool, developing a portable device to detect heart failure from saliva samples
- KardiaTool website: http://www.kardiatool.eu/
- The project appeared in many media: