About INL

The INL International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, located in Braga (North of Portugal) was founded by the governments of Portugal and Spain under an international legal framework to perform interdisciplinary research, deploy and articulate nanotechnology for the benefit of society. INL aims to become the world-wide hub for nanotechnology addressing society’s grand challenges.

The Research and Technology activities are focused on six clusters: Health, Food, Energy, Environment, ICT and Future Emerging Technologies, which complement each other and provide a base for interdisciplinary interactions between our research.
The full-fledged nanotechnology laboratory enables leading research of the highest international standard.

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Research, Technology, and Innovation Clusters

Research, Technology, and Innovation Clusters

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Roumani F and Azinheiro S and Carvalho J and Prado M and Garrido-maestu A

Loop-mediated isothermal amplification combined with immunomagnetic separation and propidium monoazide for the specific detection of viable Listeria monocytogenes in milk products , with an internal amplification control (article)

Food Control , 2021

Iranmehr, Ensieh and Ferreira, Ricardo and Bohnert, Tim and Freitas, Paulo

Developing a Data-Driven Unsupervised Pattern Recognition Approach for Sensor Signal Anomaly Detection (misc)

TechRxiv , 2021

Carvalho J and Diéguez L and Ipatov A and Guerreiro J R and Garrido-Maestu A and Azinheiro S and Prado M

Single-use microfluidic device for purification and concentration of environmental DNA from river water (article)

Talanta , 2021

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