On 10 July, one of the key international nanotechnology conferences “17th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies” concluded in Thessaloniki (Greece).
Sergey Turishchev, associate professor at the Faculty of Physics of Voronezh State University, gave two talks dedicated to the results of the ongoing research of hybrid materials combining natural cell cultures and inorganic nanoparticles:
- “Hybrid nanostructures based on E.coli protein with iron oxide inorganic core” (short communication);
- “On the possibility of microspot advanced studies of the E.coli bacteria surface” (presentation).
Both reports were prepared within the project “Compatibility and transformation of functional inorganic nanoparticles with cell cultures in hybrid material produced in vitro according to synchrotron studies of the reconstruction of atomic and electronic structure”, supported by the Russian Science Foundation (grant 19–72– 20180). The talks attracted a lot of interest among the participants of the conference. Sergei Turishchev had a detailed and fruitful discussion of the research results with his colleagues from Canada, Germany, Greece, and other countries.
The reports were presented with the support of Elena Parinova and Dmitry Kouda, researchers from the joint laboratory "Electronic Structure of Solids".