Second meeting of the Magneuron project

Our second meeting took place 9 months after the project beginning in Bochum, Germany, in the premises of the Ruhr-Bochum University. Besides the project progress discussion, we had an external speaker intervention, Dr. James Byrne from the University of Tuebingen, on the biogenic magnetite nanoparticles produced via microbial iron reduction, a review of the current state of the art related to the project, and a discussion on the mechanisms of nanoparticle based on hyperthermia.

Partners

CNRS
Efficient Innovation
Institut Curie
Keele University
Universitat Osnabruck
Ruhr Universitat Bochum
UPMC