Two complementary signals to improve the diagnostic pathway of cervical cancer
The current diagnostic pathway of cervical cancer lacks simple and reliable examinations to rule out the disease, so that gynecologists must often refers the patient to a more invasive, but dependable biopsy (i.e. sampling of a small amount of tissue, sent for laboratory analysis).
We propose a new, non-invasive and insightful medical device that provides two signals (the structural 3D imaging of the tissue, and its mechanical characterization). Our device could help gynecologists establish a more accurate diagnosis in the earlier steps of the cervical cancer diagnosis, ruling out unnecessary biopsies, and guiding the sampling for necessary ones.
Would you like to be sure your food and water are pesticide free? Pesticides are essential for boosting crop yields, but they often find their way into our ecosystems, food and drinking water. Current pesticide monitoring systems are far too expensive and out of reach for you and I. That’s why we are creating an […]
Our INCYPRO technology generates robust proteins and enzymes for a healthy and sustainable future The development of novel medicines, diagnostic tools, and sustainable production processes represent pressing needs in the pharmaceutical industry. Here, proteins play a critical role – however, the full potential of many proteins is hampered by their intrinsically low stability. We developed […]
Mobile molecular visualization for the future of educators and researchers Molecules are three dimensional, blackboards and projectors are two dimensional. We aim to help educators and researchers visualize molecules in three dimensions by visualizing the structures in VR, all from the convenience of their mobile device.