Biological Adhesives

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Dr CIACH Tomasz

Dr CIACH Tomasz
Research group leader
Warsaw Univeristy of Technology
Warynskiego 1
00-645 Warsaw
POLAND
t.ciach@ichip.pw.edu.pl
www.biomedlab.ichip.pw.edu.pl

WG1, WG4

Research interest

Medical implants and improvement of their adhesion to the tissue. Special adhesion systems to bind cells to the artificial surfaces.

Specialized technique available in my lab

Optical microscopy, SEM, FTIR, spectrophotometry

WG 4
Dr CINTRAT Jean-Christophe

Dr CINTRAT Jean-Christophe
CEA
DSC/IBITECS/SCBM

Po91191 Gif sur Yvette
FRANCE
jean-christophe.cintrat@cea.fr

WG1

 

 

synthesis
chemistry
technology
medicine
plants
animals
microorganisms
algae
cells
hydrogels
biomolecules
metals
biomaterials
nanomaterials
liquid chromatography
gas chromatography
mass spectrometry
infrared spectrometry
nuclear magnetic resonance
WG 1
Prof. CLARE Anthony

Prof. Anthony CLARE
Newcastle University
School of Marine Science & Technology, Ridley Building, Ridley Building
NE1 7RU Newcastle upon Tyne
United Kingdom
Tel. +44 (0) 191 222 5918
a.s.clare@ncl.ac.uk

curriculum vitae

Expertise

  • Earth System Science and Environmental Management
    • Marine
    • antifouling
    • biofouling
    • bioadhesion
    • chemical ecology
WG 1
Ms CONLAN Sheelagh

Ms CONLAN Sheelagh
Lecturer
Liverpool John Moores University
Byrom Street
L3 3AF Liverpool
UNITED KINGDOM
s.l.conlan@ljmu.ac.uk

WG1, WG2, WG3

imaging
interfaces
biology
ecology
biofouling
aquatic
animals
invertebrates
polymers
hydrogels
biomolecules
biomaterials
nanomaterials
confocal microscopy
fluorescence microscopy
atomic force microscopy
flow cytometer
aquarium facility
WG 1
WG 2
WG 3
Mr CRAWFORD Niall

Mr CRAWFORD Niall
University of Glasgow
Joseph Black Building, University Ave Glasgow, Lanarkshire
G12 8QQ Glasgow
UNITED KINGDOM
niall.crawford@hotmail.co.uk

WG2

Research interest

Adhesive mechanisms in tree frogs

Specialized technique available in my lab

Force transducer

Additional comment

My research involves studying the properties of the adhesive toe pads of tree frogs (White's tree frog Litoria caerulea). My current investigations are looking at the self-cleaning properties of the toe pads, which use a wet adhesive.

WG 2

NEWS

2016-11-3

Tue, 2016-11-01

COST CA15216 ENBA

A new COST Action dedicated to biological and biomimetic adhesives is starting on November 1st 2016. The Action is entitled “European Network...

2015-2-2

Fri, 2015-02-06

Interface Focus

The final publication of our Action TD0906 has just appeared as the latest theme issue of the Royal Society journal, Interface Focus: http://rsfs....