„We must learn to create magical spheres that ... only hit the pathogens.”
Paul Ehrlich 1854-1915
SMARTDYELIVERY AT THE "SEPSIS UPDATE" IN WEIMAR: The 10th international congress of the German Sepsis Society took place from September 8th to 10th. Under the motto "SEPSIS & COVID-19 - Beyond the Pandemic", the challenges of the pandemic in intensive care medicine were discussed. The pandemic also shaped the event itself: Planned as a hybrid event, the number of participants was limited on site and many lectures were connected online. SmartDyeLivery was present as an exhibitor and presented its innovative technology at the joint stand with the InfectoGnostics Forschungscampus Jena e.V.
PROJECT CONVINCED AND FUNDED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF A ZIM COOPERATION BY BMWI: The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) is funding a joint project of the Institute of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry (IOMC) of Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Prof. Dr. Michael Gottschaldt, the Clinic for Nuclear Medicine and its chief physician Prof. Dr. med. Martin Freesmeyer, and SmartDyeLivery GmbH. The project aims to develop a novel, nanostructured theranostic for applications in oncology.
»OPERATION AIR CASTLE« AIR CLEANERS FOR JENA SCHOOLS AND KINDERGARTENS: As part of the Nanotechnology Foundation's »Operation Air Castle« initiative, SmartDyeLivery GmbH has also provided one of 17 air cleaners for schools and kindergartens in Jena, along with other Jena-based companies, private individuals and initiatives. The devices are intended to stop or reduce the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 viruses and thus enable safer teaching or care. The detailed press release can be found here.
DEVELOPMENT OF NEW THERAPY OPTIONS
In a first field of application we focus on the targeted transport of active substances in liver cells. We are thus creating a therapeutic option for the treatment of patients with septic cholestasis with the aim of reducing the extremely high mortality rate caused by this complication.