A groundbreaking scientific study, emerging from the CRIMSON project and recently published in the esteemed international journal "Science Advances", has delved into a previously poorly understood facet of cancer: therapy-induced senescence in tumor cells.
The CRIMSON general meeting was held from 19th -20th June 2023 in Milan, Italy. In this video, the following partners describe their role in the project, highlighting achievements, encountered challenges, and the overall progress made
The second in-person general meeting of the H2020 project CRIMSON was held on Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th of June 2023 in Milan, Italy. The 10 partners convened to discuss project progress and future developments.
Arianna Bresci, Ph.D. researcher in Physics at Politecnico di Milano, and Silvia Ghislanzoni, Ph.D. student at Fondazione IRCCS INT, recently returned to their respective institutions in Milan after spending some months at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston.
Towards developing a commercializable CARS endoscope in the CRIMSON project, Lightcore Technologies has achieved a milestone in building a standalone all-in-one endoscope.
Within the CRIMSON project, Institut Fresnel CNRS has demonstrated hyperspectral coherent Raman imaging using temporally shaped probe pulses.
The CRIMSON project recently gained recognition in the annual report of the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology in Jena. Notably, the project was featured on the cover page of the report, highlighting its significance and impact.
The research results of the CRIMSON project have been successfully presented at the Anakon conference.
Rajendhar Junjuri hails from Telangana, India. He received a master’s degree in physics from Osmania University, Inda, in 2011. He obtained Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Hyderabad, India, in 2020. His doctoral work focused on developing a low-cost Laser Induced Breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) system combined with chemometrics for various applications like plastic waste sorting, biological tissue mapping, standoff detection of explosives, etc. His thesis results were published in various reputed international journals and appeared in the OSA optics year review 2020.
Salvatore was born in Castellammare di Stabia on July 8th, 1996. He achieved his Master’s degree in Physics at Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II” in 2020 with a thesis based on the realization of a Confocal Microscopy to study the spatial distribution of unitary polarized fields under the supervision of Prof. Pasqualino Maddalena. He is currently a PhD student in Physics at Politecnico di Milano in VIBRA group and a Data Scientist at Intesa Sanpaolo, working in the Artificial Intelligence Department, carrying on activities related to the application of Big Data in the banking field.