This summer, the Swedish medical university Karolinska Institutet will be launching a summer research school in nanomedicine together with Peking University and Japan’s RIKEN Brain Science Institute and Keio University.
Research students will be studying, amongst other topics, how conductive plastics, or polymers, can be used to understand and control neural communication, and how nanoparticles can be used for the pinpoint delivery of chemical substances in the body. All this can be studied visually...
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