[Scientific publication] Using 3D gastrointestinal tract in vitro models with microfold cells and mucus secreting ability to assess the hazard of copper oxide nanomaterials
[Scientific publication] The importance of inter-individual Kupffer cell variability in the governance of hepatic toxicity in a 3D primary human liver microtissue model
[Scientific publication] Method for Extraction and Quantification of Metal-Based Nanoparticles in Biological Media:
[Poster] Digestion Simulation for Nanoparticle Toxicity Testing: Particle Characterization and In-vivo In-vitro Comparison
[Poster] A new poly(carbonate)urethane/gelatin electrospun membrane for physiological barriers in in vitro models
[Poster] Advancing liver and lung in vitro models to realistically assess human health hazards of engineered nanomaterials
[Media] Nanomaterials are changing the world – but we still don’t have adequate safety tests for them
Nanotechnology may well be one of the most talked about industries of the last few years. Predicted to value US$173.95 billion globally by 2025, this fast-moving sector is already delivering major sustainability, health and well-being benefits to society.