Nanomol Technologies has begun its participation in the project Nano-Nafres (COMRDI15-1-0023) that belongs to the RIS3CAT community “Technologies applied to health”. The objective of this project is to perform preclinical and clinical studies on the application of nanoformulated epithelial growth factor in venous ulcers. This project has been cofounded 50% by the European Regional Development Funds from the European Union within the framework of the operative...
Nanomol Technologies is part of the new Horizon 2020 Framework Programme project “Smart-4-Fabry” (Smart multifunctional GLA-nanoformulation for Fabry disease)
The project has started on January 1st, 2017, and will run for 4 years with 10 partners and a budget of 5,800,000 €. The research of Smart-4-Fabry project concerns development of drug delivery systems based on liposomes for treatment of Fabry disease. Advanced formulation and characterization techniques will be used for achieving excellent quality control over the assembly of the different molecular components of a new liposomal nano-formulation which contains the α-Galactosidase A (GLA)...
Nanomol Technologies has been present in Catalan media (Televisió de Catalunya TV3 and La Vanguardia) with the announcement that together with The Center of Genetic Engineering and Biotecnology (CIGB-Biocubafarma) and Heber Biotec it has started to clinically validate a new drug that aims at improving the healing of diabetic foot ulcers and preventing amputation. More information at: http://www.ccma.cat/tv3/alacarta/valor-afegit/fer-negocis-despres-de-fidel/video/5636552/ http://www.ccma.cat/tv3/alacarta/telenoticies-migdia/telenoticies-migdia-07122016/video/5636311/ http://icmab.es/images/attachments/2016/Reportatge_NANOMOL_TECH_La_Vanguardia_18_12_2016_CAT.pdf
The Naturejobs newsletter has published an article focusing in the high-quality science of Catalonia, a semiautonomous region in the far northeast of Spain. This special issue has shown by graphics and numbers the excellent scientific situation in this bioregion. Furthermore, it has highlighted all the scientific opportunities and careers that are taking place in the present. In this issue, Nanomol Technologies describes DELOS manufacturing procedure and QUATSUVs...
A review article titled “Lipid-based nanovesicles for nanomedicine” was published online in Chemical Society Reviews (2015 impact factor: 34.09). The article, authored by researchers from Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), Nanomol Technologies SA and Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red de Bioingeniería, Biomateriales y Nanomedicina (CIBER-BBN), summarized the research progress regarding lipid-based nanovesicles (L-NVs), focusing on the new generation of non-liposomal L-NVs. Since the overspread...