|The world-wide spread of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms can be viewed as an ecological consequence of the systematic use of antimicrobial agents. Resistant bacteria prevail in healthcare environments where antibiotic selective pressure is intensive.|
The first CycloN Hit Newsletter is now available
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In December 2016, CycloN Hit was actively involved in the organisation and the holding of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the French Society for Nanomedicine (SFNano), from December 12th to 14th in Paris, France. The project’s coordinator, Dr. Ruxandra Gref chaired the “Nanomedicine and Severe Infectious Diseases” and ESRs Joana Costa Gouveia, Elisabetta Pancani and Marta Perez-Lloret as well as ER Giuseppina Salzano contibuted with oral and poster presentations.
Prof. Thorsteinn Loftsson (U. Iceland) held a conference on “Cyclodextrin, nanoparticles and antibiotic delivery”, together with Dr. Dominique Duchêne of Galien Institute, Châtenay-Malabry, France. Dr. Duchêne will be subsequently honoured in the special issue of International Journal of Pharmaceutics, to which CycloN Hit will be making an important contribution.
The 3rd Cyclon Hit Summer School in CNR Bologna, Italy, September 26-28, 2016, sponsored by ALFA_TEST, HORIBA and JASCO companies, was successfully concluded. Please click for the Flyer and the Final_Program.
This event was followed by the presentation of CycloN Hit activities and goals in European Researcher's Night, September 30, in Palazzo d'Accursio, Piazza Maggiore, Bologna Historic Center. All ESRs and ERs participated with experiments, posters, games and interviews
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3rd CycloN Hit Workshop: "From cyclodextrins to nanoparticles: synthesis and applications" Prof. A. Vargas Berenguel, University of Almeria, Spain, organizer. The event was successfully concluded and much enjoyed. Photo with cyclodextrin-shaped trees.
2nd Summer School-2nd Workshop: "Advances in nanoparticulate carriers: applications in diseases and infections" organized by Dr. R. Gref, CNRS at the Institute Pasteur, Paris, France has been a truly exciting 3-day International Symposium with large participation, excellent speakers, a poster session and a collection of scientific instruments comprising a small but interesting exhibition.
"Nanomaterials for Bio-applications: Focus on Antimicrobial Research" October 2, 2014, Athens, Greece, co-organized by NCSR "Demokritos" and the Hellenic Pasteur Institute. Flyer and Group Photo___________