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2nd EVITA Workshop

BOW will be participating in the next EVITA Workshop that will be happening the 29 to the 30th of September in Turin. The ‘EVIta connect’ workshop aims to facilitate interaction and possible collaboration between the various participating groups in relation to the following topics: EV (Biological and technological) and tools, Cancer, Aging, Inflammation and Neuroscience, …

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BOW at ISEV2022

The 11th edition of the International Society for Extracellular Vesicles annual meeting (ISEV2022), this year held in Lyon (France) 25-29 May 2022, saw massive contribution from BOW researchers: Paolo Arosio, partner from ETH, chaired the session on “EV engineering for use as delivery platform”, inspired the audience  with a creative and gentle method for the …

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New study by BOW researchers on the front cover of PCCP

A new study by BOW Project researchers: Lucrezia Caselli, Costanza Montis and Debora Berti (CSGI Florence), Andrea Ridolfi (CSGI Bologna), Tommy Nylander (University of Lund) titled “Interaction of nanoparticles with lipid films: the role of symmetry and shape anisotropy” has been published on the journal Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2022,24, 2762-2776). …

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BOW participates in the EVITA society meeting

From the 20th to the 22nd of September, BOW participated in the meeting of the italian society for the extracellular vesicles, held in presence at the Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco in Lucca. The exclusive event inspired all the participants with three days full of EV science. Innovative studies and illuminating lectures from world-renowned scientists offered many opportunities …

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BOW researchers develop a ‘plasmon-based nanoruler’ to assay the mechanical properties of EVs

The front cover of Nanoscale Horizons features a new assay developed by BOW researchers: A “plasmon-based nanoruler” to measure the mechanical properties of Extracellular Vesicles. The CSGI and ISMN-CNR teams of BOW developed a conceptual and methodological advancement which allows accessing the stiffness of extracellular vesicles, or more generally of membrane-enveloped nanosized objects, such as …

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