“Over time, our research will hopefully lead not only to more new drugs becoming available, but also to cures for diseases that currently can’t be treated,” says Kristinn B. Gylfason, project manager and researcher in the Department of Microsystems Technology at KTH.
Together with two colleagues, researcher Tommy Haraldsson and Professor Hjalmar Brismar in the Department of Applied Physics at KTH, Gylfason has received a grant of SEK 3.8 million ($564,000) from the Swedish Research Council to create a cell-sized sensor that may help the pharmaceutical industry speed release of new products.
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