BYAXON AT THE EARLY STAGE RESEARCHERS WORKSHOP

27th June 2019
  



Our partners Ana Domínguez (ICMM-CSIC), Ana Arché and Beatriz Rodilla (IMDEA) have presented their research at the Early Stage Researchers Workshop in Nanoscience, held at IMDEA Nanociencia (Madrid) on the 26-27th June 2019. 

The worshop, aimed to young scientists, gathered 120 attendants from several research institutions in Spain. Our partners had the opportunity to present their works around the project ByAxon to a large audience and discuss with the scientific community about their results. Ana Domínguez contributed with an oral presentation, while Beatriz Rodilla and Ana Arché presented a poster. 

Our partner Beatriz Rodilla won the prize to the Best Poster Presentation, awarded with a voucher by the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Nanoscale. Congratulations!

CSIC + IMDEA RESEARCHERS AT 2019 EMRS SPRING MEETING

28th May 2019
  

Our partners Ana Domínguez (ICMM-CSIC) and Beatriz Rodilla (IMDEA) have contributed to the 2019 Spring Meeting of the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) in Nice, France, to present their works on ByAxon project. The meeting is the 37th of the series and took place from May 27-31 with over 1000 international attendants. 

STUDENTS GET TO KNOW BYAXON AT MADRID SCIENCE FAIR

1st April 2019

  

More than 40.000 people have visited the Madrid Science Fair during four days (28th-31st March). This fair is organized jointly with AULA, the biggest education fair in Spain. The institute IMDEA Nanociencia, coordinator of the project ByAxon, has participated with a stand where the visitors have got to know the research activities of the institute and the importance of that research has in our lives. 

The fair was an excellent opportunity for ByAxon project to showcase its aims and goals. Our partners Beatriz, Sergio and Elena presented with an interactive poster the project to the visitors. It is estimated that over 100 visitors of all ages engaged actively with the poster, which constitutes a success of the dissemination activity. 

BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK AT THE HOSPITAL NACIONAL DE PARAPLEJICOS

12th March 2019


Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos has opened its doors to the public during the Brain Awareness Week. In the image, our partner Ana Domínguez explains to the visitors what is ByAxon project and how can help the spinal cord injury patients. 

The Brain Awareness Week is a global campaign of the DANA Foundation to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. Every March, the Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos joins the campaign with multiple activities. 


BYAXON INVITED TO THE FET SEMINAR IN BRUSSELS

6th February 2019


The project ByAxon was invited to the FET Seminar, that takes place periodically at the European Comission's premises at Covent Garden Building in Brussels. Prof. Rodolfo Miranda, researcher and PI of the project, gave an overview of the goals and progress of the project followed by a discussion and questions. 



 

II REVIEW MEETING: BYAXON IS HALF WAY THROUGH

5th February 2019


ByAxon's Consortium gathered for the half-time review in Brussels. We thank to the reviewers and the project officer for very productive discussions for our next half way ahead. 


UNIVERSITY STUDENTS GET TO KNOW BYAXON PROJECT

5th July 2019

  

Students from the Summer Course "Nanoscience and Nanotechnology" of Alcalá de Henares University (Madrid) visited the "Neural Interfaces" laboratory at IMDEA Nanociencia, where ByAxon researchers explained the aims of the project. The post-doc and PhD students Isidoro Martínez, Beatriz Rodilla, Arturo Vera and Ana Arché engaged with the students in two parallel groups to show the nanostructure of the bypass and the magnetic sensory part of the device. 

 

BYAXON AT FELASA CONGRESS 2019

10th June 2019

  

Our partners mfd-Diagnostics have attended the FELASA Congress in Prague, Czech Republic. mfd-Diagnostics sales manager Frank Günther presented a poster of ByAxon at the exhibition on 10-13th June 2019.

FELASA is the Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations which represents over 4000 specialists in the field of laboratory animal science. The FELASA trienial congress gathers around 2000 participants from 28 countries to share the current knowledge on the use and welfare of animals in experiments, ethical aspects, legislation and education. 

 

BYAXON IN THE PUBS - PINT OF SCIENCE 2019

22nd May 2019

  

The project ByAxon has been the star at the "Tech me out" sessions of Pint of Science in Spain. Mª Concepción Serrano (ICMM-CSIC) and Lucas Pérez (IMDEA Nanociencia) have participated this Wednesday 22nd of May on two different meetings in the cities of Madrid and Toledo, respectively. In both cases, the pubs helding the event had a full house, about 150 attendees in total. Our researchers Serrano and Pérez demonstrated their excellent skills in science communication and in turn, the public responded with a prolific questions session. 

Pint of Science was an initiative of two researchers at Imperial College (London) that quickly reached the category of Festival in UK in 2013. From that year on, the Festival has been held in an increasing number of cities around the globe. This year 2019, over 300 cities from 24 countries have participated in Pint of Science. 

OUR WEBSITE IS NOMINATED FOR THE .EU WEB AWARDS

07th May 2019


The .eu Web Awards are an online competition designed to acknowlede the best websites using the .eu extension. 

This website is now nominated for the Awards on "Laurels" category. If you have enjoyed the content of this website, please consider giving us a vote: 
? https://webawards.eurid.eu/?q=byaxon-project.eu ?


II CONSORTIUM MEETING IN TRIESTE

29th January 2019


ByAxon's Consortium has gathered in Trieste (Italy) for the 2nd Action-Check meeting. This meeting is very significant since the project is half-way through. All partners of the Consortium had the chance to discuss many interesting topics, exciting results and new ideas. 

The Action-Check meetings play an important role for the development of such an interdisciplinary project as ByAxon. Pleople from different areas of expertise -Physics, Biology, Medicine- compose our Consortium and are together in gear towards an active bypass for neural reconnection. 


II CONSORTIUM MEETING IN TRIESTE

29th January 2019


ByAxon's Consortium has gathered in Trieste (Italy) for the 2nd Action-Check meeting. This meeting is very significant since the project is half-way through. All partners of the Consortium had the chance to discuss many interesting topics, exciting results and new ideas. 

The Action-Check meetings play an important role for the development of such an interdisciplinary project as ByAxon. Pleople from different areas of expertise -Physics, Biology, Medicine- compose our Consortium and are together in gear towards an active bypass for neural reconnection. 


THE FEMALE BYAXON RESEARCHERS THINK OVER GENDER BALANCE ON THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

8th March 2019


The scientists from the ByAxon project have been interviewed by the FETFX team as part of International Women’s Day and give their views about gender balance in FET* projects. The scientists have mused about the theme #BalanceforBetter and how gender diversity have help them in their academic projects.

One thing that stands out about the ByAxon project is that five out of six principal investigators, i.e. leaders of this STEM project in their institution, are women. Even though the overall gender balance is similar to other EU projects, the number of women leaders is above the average. The full interview can be read in the website of FETFX.

FETFX, or EFFECT, is a project funded by the HORIZON 2020 FET-Open Programme with the aim of enhancing the visibility and impact of FET research. EFFECT will accomplish this by strengthening the involvement in the FET world of researchers, policy makers, industrial players, the media and the public, via fresh, impact-driven communication materials and engaging community-building actions. The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 FET Programme under grant agreement No. 824753.


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