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Projects

Understanding the physico-chemical behaviour and toxicity of silver, copper and plastic NANOparticles as Emerging Materials of Concern in coastal waters NANO-EMC2

The results from this project are providing a systematic overview of the behaviour of selected ENPs in brackish and marine waters as a function of abiotic parameters.

Principal investigator: dr.sc. Daniel Mark Lyons

Sensitive MeAsuRmenT, detection and identification of engineered NANO particles in complex matrices

Nanotechnology is having a large impact in many industrial sectors and the use of nanoparticles is continuously increasing in many fields, from paints, automotive components, consumer products such as cosmetic sunscreens and anti-odorant up to biology and medicine.

Principal investigator: dr.sc. Daniel Mark Lyons

Development of a nanotechnology-based targeted recognition system for bio-macromolecules

Shellfish represent a significant part of the Croatian and global fish markets, however their susceptibility to contamination by algal toxins, with the resulting periodic outbreak of food poisoning in humans, places their commercial value at constant risk.

Principal investigator: dr.sc. Daniel Mark Lyons

Biomineralization processes during embryonic development of marine organisms: snails, bivalves and echinoids

This project focuses on studying and comparing key biological and inorganic aspects of shellfish, gastropod and sea urchin biomineralization during embryonal development through the use of advanced materials characterization and proteomics techniques as a basis for furthering the development of a fundamental and comprehensive model of biomineralization.

Principal investigator: dr.sc. Daniel Mark Lyons

Biomineralization processes of marine organisms

Biomineralization is a complex combination of biochemical and physiological processes in the creation hard structures, depending on endogenous activity of an organism and the exogenous environmental influence. In marine organisms biomineralization starts in early stages of development and continues during the entire life.

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