The article can be found at: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.analchem.0c04474.
A small step towards personalised cancer healthcare Cancer diagnostic research conducted at Malmö University has been featured in two highly regarded scientific periodicals. Both the Journal of the American Chemical Society, and Chemical Science published the work of PhD student Anil Incel whose research has helped the advancement of diagnostic … Read more
Cancer is a term used for about 200 different diseases. What they all have in common is that the cells in the body start to divide uncontrollably. In 2018 there were 18 million cancer cases around the world. In Sweden, approximately every third person will be diagnosed with a cancer … Read more
Anil Incel was awarded a price as one of the three best scientific oral presentation during Graduate Student Symposium on Molecular Imprinting , BAM, Berlin, Germany (28th-30th of August, 2019). Read more
Ignacio Arribas Diez was awarded a prize as one of the four best scientific posters during the FEBS summer school in Advanced Proteomics in Brixen, Italy (28th July – 3rd August 2019). Read more
The Long Night of Science 2019 From early afternoon to midnight every year in June, over 70 scientific institutions across Berlin and Potsdam open their doors and give an insight into their work, conduct exciting experiments and present cutting-edge research with around 28,000 visitors a year. This annual event is … Read more
Primary School Outreach Event 2019 On the 7th of May 2019, BAM held an outreach program to 1st and 2nd graders from Amtsfeld-Grundschule where the ESRs from “BioCapture” were central to the running of the event. Here, the pupils saw demonstrations on lab equipment, fluorescent dyes and materials, smartphone devices, … Read more
Professor Börje Sellergren at the Department of Biomedical Science is set to coordinate a European interdisciplinary research project that has been allocated 30 million kronor (ca 3 million euro) by Innovative Training Networks, an EU Marie Sklodwoska-Curie programme. By creating new molecular tools, researchers can develop novel methods to facilitate … Read more