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Ágora Podcast 13/06/2019

ICMA researchers explain in Ágora how they are going to develop the next generation of devices capable of carrying out biochemical analyses with minimum quantities of fluids, which has numerous applications in fields such as health, environmental, food, biotechnology and safety.

Listen from minute 7 to 25: http://www.aragonradio.es/podcast/emision/agora-13062019/

 

www.innovaspain.com – New generation of devices capable of analyzing minimum quantities of fluids

The European project PRIME, coordinated by ICMA (Aragon), is launched. By Pablo Garcinuño – June 13, 2019
https://www.innovaspain.com/icma-aragon-programa-prime-analisis-fluidos/

 

www.empresason.com – The European project PRIME, coordinated by ICMA with a budget of 2.8 million euros, is underway.

June 11, 2019
https://empresason.com/not/6576/en-marcha-el-proyecto-europeo-prime-que-coordina-el-icma-con-un-presupuesto-de-2-8-millones-de-euros

 

diarioaragones.com – The European project Prime coordinated by ICMA receives almost 3 million euros of budget

June 11, 2019
http://diarioaragones.com/mediodia/el-proyecto-europeo-prime-que-coordina-el-icma-recibe-casi-3-millones-de-euros-de-presupuesto/

 

www.aragondigital.es

Aragón investiga dispositivos microfluídicos que detecten enfermedades en el ganado autónomamente
June 11, 2019 https://www.aragondigital.es/2019/06/11/aragon-investiga-dispositivos-microfluidicos-que-detecten-enfermedades-en-el-ganado-autonomamente/

 

eleconomista.es

Nearly 3 million to develop the next generation of biochemical analysis devices.
https://www.eleconomista.es/aragon/noticias/9933642/06/19/Casi-3-millones-para-desarrollar-la-proxima-generacion-de-dispositivos-para-analisis-bioquimicos.html

 

quimicaysociedad.org

The European project PRIME, coordinated by ICMA, is underway to develop the next generation of devices capable of carrying out biochemical analyses with minimum quantities of fluids.
https://www.quimicaysociedad.org/en-marcha-el-proyecto-europeo-prime-que-coordina-el-icma-para-desarrollar-la-proxima-generacion-de-dispositivos-capaces-de-realizar-analisis-bioquimicos-con-cantidades-minimas-de-fluidos/