Bio sediments play a special role in the development of local ecosystems. Very little is known about there complex mutual rules in different niches of our planet and just as little is known to what extent biofilm structures have an influence on maintaining this balance. The fact that this sensitive equilibrium also plays a major […]
Category: Research & Development
Protlab GPL, Ltd has attended the Robotics Festival on 23 th November, 2022 at the Adastral Park. Adastral Park is BT’s Global engineering HQ, and home to its Applied Research department. Thank you so much for the invitation.
www.dief.unifi.it Workshop APHRODITE – Adaptive beHavioRal mODels of robotic systems based on brain-inspired Al cogniTivE architectures. Cooperation between humans and robots is becoming increasingly important in our society. Consequently, there is a growing interest in the development of models that can enhance the interaction between humans and robots, e.g. Biofilm profile analysis identifying pathogenic components with […]
The term biofilm is a relatively new (1978) generic term for aerosols of all material types that adhere to each other forming micro-communities which are mainly found on solid and liquid surfaces, both in the natural and human environment. The inherent interactive process between the micro-material (mainly bacteria and other microorganisms) constitutes a life cycle […]
Infectious Bronchitis (IB) is the name given to a highly contagious disease of baby chicks first recorded in North Dakota in the USA in 1931. In 1937, the cause was shown to be a virus, unrelated to any known viruses and named simply ‘IB virus’ or ‘IBV’. Subsequently, investigations showed that the virus affects not […]