- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- FASHION & WEARABLES
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- STEAM PUNK
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- MUSIC & SOUND
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- OPEN SOURCE
- HOME AUTOMATION
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- 3D PRINTING
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- 3D SCANNING
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
Result for TAG "Biology"
USE OF AI FOR THE MAPPING OF AGRI-ENVIRONMENTAL XENBIOTIC CONTAMINATION
Our project was designed to significantly reduce the pollution caused by the spraying of chemical products such as copper and sulfur in the vineyards. Copper is a heavy metal and for this reason toxic to soils while sulfur causes serious irritation to the respiratory system and to the skin of men. These two pollutants are very harmful to our ecosystem and the environment. Unfortunately, these products are widely used in agriculture because they are used to fight diseases such as Peronospora and Oidium. These fungi affect all agricultural cultures but in particular the excellent vine of Made Italy for the production of quality wine.
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Diagnostic assay to determine antibiotic activity in biofilm-forming microorganisms, using a standardized diagnostic system, called BeST.
Choosy is the App that supports laboratory operators and technicians recommending the most sustainable types of sample preparation
Creation of environmentally friendly fabrics using digital 3D printing technologies, by bacterial cellulose obtained from agri-food waste.
"Franchino il robottino" is a robot capable of moving autonomously on the ground and, thanks to the advanced technology with which it is equipped, will be able to analyze the technical parameters of the ground. This allows the farmer to have the results in real time (or in any case a few minutes after the analysis) without having to wait days (as in the current laboratory analysis method).
At Maker Faire UCBM will present projects and experimental tools to face the challenges that climate change is posing to the food supply chain.
Using 3D technology for inclusive teaching and learning, making scientific divulgation more accessible to everyone
Life MUSCLES, circular innovations to protect the sea
With a creative scientific and culture approach MICRO4BIO project aims to promote the impact of biotechnology on everyday life.
The 'Microcosm to grow plants under biotic and abiotic conditioning' is an innovative device for growing plants under laboratory conditions like under wild and crop conditions, suitable for basic and applied reasearch.
lnteractive virtual reality path on the heritage of the Museum of School and Education, Department of Education, Roma Tre University
Biofabrication at Castelli International School. Replace plastic with a sustainable material that grows on agricultural waste to make a lamp
Innovation Lab with the goal of creating products derived from waste, which can make the process of formulating a new product and bring it to market
3D culture models of cancer cells used to replicate tumor biology for drug development and personalized medicine.
POT is an instrument capable of measuring temperature, pH and TDS in water and understand if it is drinkable.
The greenhouse is designed for environments where the growth of vegetation is hostile or specific periods of the year where climatic conditions do not allow it.
Agritech is an ambitious project funded by PNRR which deals with proposing innovative solutions to transform the Italian agri-food sector. It is divided in 9 sub-projects, namely "spoke" each one with a different target to achieve. Spoke 9, New technologies and methodologies for traceability, quality, safety, measurements and certifications to enhance the value and protect the typical traits in agri-food chains, aims to develop sensors and tools to create a large retrievable database concerning the farm to fork chain which, eventually, will be available to stakeholders as a DSS.
The ENEA projects funded by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNPRR) on Sustainable Food Systems.
A team of researchers in Food Science and Technology of the Sapienza University is working to develop, together with industrial partners, innovative bio-processes for foods and beverages making.