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Nanoparticles that detect early-stage pancreatic cancer

Photo of a purple ribbon Pancreatic cancer is one of the hardest cancers to detect, making survival rates very low. The EU-funded SaveMe project has engineered nanoparticles that find the cancer using receptors for the tumour cells' unique biological signal - a step towards early detection. [Read more]

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International Research Newsletter
issue 64, April 2016

  • Empowering the EU-CELAC Common Research Area
  • ERC advocates cutting-edge research in Davos
  • Destination Europe in Boston
  • Second JSTCC meeting in Algeria
  • First calls launched under the co-funding scheme between Japan Science and Technology Agency and the European Commission
    and much more...

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