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Type Title Principal Investigators Status Year
FIRB-FiR12 - FIRB bando Futuro in Ricerca 2012
Anisotropies and non equilibrium in soft matter: routes to the self assembly of advanced materials
  • ROBERTO CERBINO loading
Closed 2013
RL_DG-UNI - Bandi DG Università, ricerca e open innovation
Analysis of biofluid Microvescicles by INterferometric Reflectance imaging sensor
  • MICHELA MATTEOLI loading
Closed 2013
RL_DG-UNI - Bandi DG Università, ricerca e open innovation
Analysis of biofluid Microvescicles by INterferometric Reflectance imaging sensor
  • MICHELA MATTEOLI loading
Closed 2014
ASS_NAZ - Bandi da Associazioni e altri Finanziatori privati nazionali
All-optical fingerprinting of metastatic potential (3° anno)
  • FABIO GIAVAZZI loading
Closed 2021
ASS_NAZ - Bandi da Associazioni e altri Finanziatori privati nazionali
All-optical fingerprinting of metastatic potential (2° anno)
  • FABIO GIAVAZZI loading
Closed 2020
ASS_NAZ - Bandi da Associazioni e altri Finanziatori privati nazionali
All-optical fingerprinting of metastatic potential (1° anno)
  • FABIO GIAVAZZI loading
Closed 2019
CAR_RIC - Bandi Fondazione Cariplo
A multilevel approach to study neuronal and synaptic development: two processes impaired in mental retardation
  • ELENA BATTAGLIOLI loading
Closed 2010
PRIN2017 - PRIN bando 2017
A multidisciplinary approach to study protocadherin-19: from neuronal function to the “cellular interference” pathogenic mechanism
  • MAURA FRANCOLINI loading
Closed 2019
CAR_RIC - Bandi Fondazione Cariplo
A micro biodevice for the assessment of neuroprotective factors in Parkinson's Disease
  • MICHELA MATTEOLI loading
Closed 2009
ASS_NAZ - Bandi da Associazioni e altri Finanziatori privati nazionali
4th Internatijonal Conference of Translational medicine on Pathogenesis
  • DOMENICO MAVILIO loading
Closed 2017
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