A semester to advance a translational project by engaging with students from the UNIGE and Campus Biotech, in a dedicated programme. This is the aim of the I-Teams programme, which has just completed its 9th edition.
Three projects made it through to the finals:
Ancile, led by Mikhael Kryuchkov, aims to create a safe invisible anti-infective layer on any surface to protect people from the pathogens.
Fiberlab, led by Bastien Schyrr, aims to bring to market a very inexpensive and reliable point-of-care multiplex test device.
Literev, led by Aziza Merzouki and Erol Orel, is a digital tool designed to simplify and enhance automatic literature reviews, in particular by incorporating the concept of clustering.
If you would like to take part in the 10th edition of I-Teams, please register now at www.i-teams.ch