Last week, our colleagues Marta Rayo Lunar and Marta Morales attended the n-TRACK Project Review Meeting in Cambridge to discuss the project progress with all the partners.
The meeting was followed by an Open Day Workshop for biomedical stakeholders where Marta Rayo Lunar presented the role of Asphalion in regulatory development of innovative products and our contribution to the n-TRACK project.
In the workshop participated both n-TRACK partners and guest speakers, leading to interesting conversations on cell tracking issues and nanoparticles development and manufacturing.
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