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Cellulose in Cancer Diagnostics

Ebba Biotech welcomes you to listen to our newest webinar featuring Dr. Tharagan Kumar presenting his work from his time at KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Sweden. During this talk titled “Cellulose in Cancer Diagnostics”, Dr. Kumar will be presenting his work breaking barriers in diagnostics using the Ebba Biotech Carbotrace molecules.

About Dr. Kumar

Dr. Kumar comes from a background in biotechnology on the nanoscale leading him to seek the link between science and technology in medicine. With this, his studies from bachelors level all the way to doctoral studies focused heavily on how modern technology can improve lives - and importantly - how to make it accessible. This has led him to seek opportunities within med-tech to understand each facet of the industry from concept, to funding to ultimately change lives.

Read more about Dr. Kumar and his research here: https://www.scilifelab.se/news/promising-diagnostic-tool-for-cancer-diagnostics/

Or about his publication here: https://www.ebbabiotech.com/blogs/carbotrace-publications/breaking-barriers-in-early-detection-of-cancer



Selective method for spectral identification and recovery of polysaccharides from biorefining

Ebba Biotech welcomes you to listen to Professor Ulrica Edlund from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm and her revolutionary work with Carbotrace and nano-materials.

The webinar titled "Selective method for spectral identification and recovery of polysaccharides from biorefining" explains how she uses Optotracers, like Carbotrace, in her research to discover and characterise renewable resources for biorefinement.

As a leading researcher in her field, Prof. Edlund contributes to reach UN sustainability goals by paving the way for a greener future moving towards renewable materials and circular economy. Her passion for finding sustainable solutions to maximise the potential of natural resources such as biomass has also led her to become the Vice Director of the research consortium AIMES (Centre for the Advancement of Integrated Medical and Engineering Sciences).