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On the 29th of October, the nTRACK consortium met in Cambridge at the Trinity Hall College for its 24 month meeting. During this meeting, partners discussed all work packages, presented the progress made so far and the current bottlenecks. Work packages include the nanoparticle synthesis, characterisation and functionalisation, the characterisation and functional analysis of stem cells, safety studies and the development of a regulatory guidance. Much work has been done so far and the consortium is eager to reach its final goals and have a functioning system.

On the next day, the project is having its dissemination event in the same place. This event is a great opportunity to learn about the progress of the project, meet the project partners and learn about technologies they are developing related to nanomaterials in biomedical applications. More information here.

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