Marina Resmini Research Group
RESEARCH THE TEAM PUBLICATIONS COLLABORATIONS VACANCIES
THE SCHOOL
 
The Team
Marina Resmini Research Group
CONTACT DETAILS

EQUIPMENT

LINKS

Queen Mary, University of London

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

IPCOS
Scientific project coordinated by Prof Marina Resmini and funded by the European Commission, Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, HORIZON 2020, Initial Training Networks (ITN) - under the grant agreement number 642014. Website: http://www.ipcos.qmul.ac.uk/ - 2015-2019.

NANODRUG
Scientific project coordinated by Prof Marina Resmini and funded by the European Commission, Marie Curie Actions, Seventh Framework Programme, The People Programme, Initial Training Networks (ITN) under the grant agreement number 289454. Website: www.nanodrug.qmul.ac.uk - 2011-2015.

IRMED
Intelligent recognition materials for extraction and detection
Scientific project coordinated by Dr Marina Resmini and funded by the European Commission, Marie Curie Actions, Seventh Framework Programme, The People Programme,
Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways - IAPP - under the grant agreement number - 251307. Website: www.irmed.qmul.ac.uk - 2010-2014

NASCENT
Nanomaterials for Application in Sensors, Catalysis and Emerging Technologies
Scientific project coordinated by Dr Marina Resmini and funded by the European Commission, Marie Curie Actions, Sixth Framework Programe, Research Training Network - under the grant agreement number 033873. Website: http://www.nascent.qmul.ac.uk/ - 2006-2010

EU Marie Curie Actions - Inspiring Researchers
In this publication from the European Commission, the NASCENT is described as a successfull research project, pages 91-94.

European Commission - Marie Curie Actions

Queen Mary, University of London, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, Tel: +44 (0) 20 7882 3268
© 2010 All rights reserved to Marina Resmini Research Group