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LIght and Organic Nanotechnology for Cardiovascular Disease.

LION-HEARTED has the mission to restore cardiac function and vascularization, by modulating fate and proliferation of main cardiovascular cell types. The final goal is an implantable device for enhancing cardiac repair in ischemic, aneurysm and stenosis diseases.

What is Lion Hearted.

RT @valeria_dcav: Thanks a lot @FETFX_EU for organizing and Professor @HelgaNowotny for moderating! And thanks to all #fet projects coordin…

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Our @IITalk researcher Maria Rosa Antognazza will be a guest at the online event "Fisica per conoscere, fisica per vivere meglio" on the 28th of November at 12.15 @AuditoriumPdM @NatGeo Stay tuned! bit.ly/3eNoSXE

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RT @IonbikeR: A nice inter-project collaboration 🤩

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#eu_lionharted publication:This paper speaks about a novel formulation of #cationic water soluble #PEDOT has been realized by UPV/EHU.The material will open new opportunities in the #organic #bioelectronics #field @iitalk @bercpolymat @Eueic @FutureTechEU bit.ly/2G99ZSN

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RT @CaironiPME: @eu_lionhearted @NewsMedical @IITalk Great results and fascinating research!

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Consortium.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 FETOPEN 2018-2020 programme under grant agreement No 828984.
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