• Specific Receptors
  • Optical and Electrochemical Sensing Principles
  • Functional (bio)hybrid materials
  • Food safety
  • Clinical field

The Nanobiotechnology for Diagnostics Group has focused on the development of novel molecular diagnostic tools to provide alternatives to the actual limitations existing in several fields but particularly in the clinical and food safety areas.

Perform research of excellence addressed at solving specific problems and developing know-how and expertise in basic chemical science and perform research at the chemistry-biology interface.

Our mission is to improve the diagnostic efficiency using technologies based on new micro and nano(bio)technologic approximations that will improve the standard of living of the society.

Our vision is to be an important group, internationally reknowned, that contributes with innovative technological alternatives to overtake the actual limitations in the diagnostic field in clinics, food safety and in the environment.

Quality Policy
The Nb4D group whose aim is to satisfy all the user’s and interested parties requirements has implemented a quality management system and a processes management.

The direction with the mission to achieve the absolute satisfaction of the needs and expectations of the internal and external clients, as well as those of the workers and students, understands that the accomplishment of this quality system is indispensable for all the group components and for this reason it is made known to all. Following this system, good daily laboratory practices are achieved that lead to a continuous improvement of all of the activities and services developed in the group.

CAbS is a joint facility established under the umbrella of the IQAC-CSIC and CIBER-BBN. The facility aims to offer a high quality service for customised monoclonal and polyclonal antibody production against many types of antigens including proteins, peptides or small organic molecules. It also forms part of the Singular Technological and Scientific Infrastructure for the production and characterisation of nanomaterials, biomaterials and systems in biomedicine (NANBIOSIS).

First e-newsletter of the FoodSmartPhone Marie Curie ITN Network!!


We proudly present  you  the very first e-Newsletter of the Marie-Curie  Initial Training Network ‘FoodSmartphone’.
The aim of this newsletter is to provide you with a brief  summary of  the project, the latest news and most importantly, to introduce to you our recently recruited early stage researchers (ESRs),  who are all very eager to make this project a great success.
They just finished their first network -wide summerschool on smartphone-based assay  development which was jointly organized by theWageningen University graduate school VLAG and FoodSmartphone beneficiary RIKILT.
Apart from our ESRs, 20 other international PhD students joined this exciting course. 
Keep updated by signing up on our website and/or by following us on twitter   (@FoodSmartphone)  and  tweet  us  using  the hashtag  #FoodSmartphone.
Feel  free to contact us at foodsmartphone@foodsmartphone.eu with any suggestions for improvement of this e-Newsletter,  for  future collaboration  or dissemination opportunities, or just for a friendly chat.
For now I wish you all very nice summer holidays!

Files:   foodsmartphone_newsletter_no1_june_2017.pdf
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