The Horizon 2020 MSCA RISE project with the title: “Innovative bio-inspired sensors and microfluidic devices for saliva-based theranostics of oral and systemic diseases”, and acronym SALSETH, facilitates the exchange of knowledge, skills, competencies and capabilities (through secondments) between internationally top-ranking participating organisations from Australia, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Serbia, Spain, and Ukraine. The project will bring together the expertise required to achieve state-of-the-art advances in natural and bio-inspired biocompatible materials, as well as edible food-based sensors to detect important biomarkers from saliva. It will also develop an external smart electronic device to wirelessly read data from sensors and microfluidic devices for the optimal drugs or essential oils administration.

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Secondments WUST – UM


Two researchers from the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST), Poland, Dr Wojciech Kubicki and Tymon Janisz, performed their secondments at the University of Malaya (UM), Malaysia, in the period from 03/09/2022 to 02/10/2022. [...]

Secondment UNS – NAT


An experienced researcher from the University of Novi Sad, Dr Pal Terek performed his secondment, in the framework of the SALSETH project, at the company Naturality, in the period from 01/09/2022 to 30/09/2022. The supervisor [...]

Prof Dr Fatimah Ibrahim


It is a great privilege of us to share with you information that Prof Dr Fatimah Ibrahim, from the University of Malaya, Malaysia, a member of SALSETH project consortium, has been invited to present her [...]

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