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Nanotechnology of Polymers and Biomaterials Group Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: new materials, nanotechnology, polymer materials, hybrid materials, controlled drug delivery
offer number: 67
research topics:
  • studies on advanced polymer and hybrid materials for applications in nanotechnology, medicine and environmental protection.
test equipment:
  • spectral ellipsometer M-2000 (J.A. Woollam Ellipsometry Solutions);
  • confocal microscope (Nikon inverted microscope Ti-E with confocal system Nikon A1).
comercial research:
  • materials for controlled drug delivery;
  • dispersed systems for biomedical research;
  • surfactants stabilized vesicles and liposomes as carriers of biologically active molecules;
  • stabilized silica magnetic microspheres for biomedical applications;
  • molecularly printed materials for the biomedical applications derived from photochemical methods;
  • polymeric scaffolds for tissue culture;
  • smart polymers for biomedical applications and environmental protection (removal of heparin from the blood, water purification of surfactants);
  • measurements of the surface layer thickness and its optical properties;
  • imaging of fluorescent objects with sizes larger than 1 nm;
  • registration of fluorescent emission spectra of objects;
  • measurements of fluorescence intensity in a selected area of ​​the image and / or as function of time;
  • creation of a virtual lateral and longitudinal cross sections, fluorescence spectra analysis in a wide range of wavelengths;
  • co-location;
  • photoactivation.

Methods and research techniques:

  • spectroscopic ellispometry;
  • fluorescence spectroscopy;
  • confocal microscopy.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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