An article authored by members of LBK recently published in a top biophysics journal on the mechanisms and models of electropermeabilisation of cell membranes

Professors Tadej Kotnik and Damijan Miklavčič, together with Dr. Lea Rems from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and Professor Mounir Tarek from the University of Lorraine (France), have published a review article in the highly ranked journal Annual Reviev of Biophysics (JCR IF 2017 = 11.742) on our […]

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Slovenian Expertise for Developing of a New Method of Cardiac Ablation

Medtronic, a global leader in medical technology, services, and solutions, recognized the value of the Slovenian know-how. Medtronic, with operational headquarters in Minneapolis, Minn., U.S. and employing more than 86,000 people worldwide, turned to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Ljubljana, specifically to Prof. Damijan Miklavčič, the […]

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Most influential Bioelectromagnetics paper award 2012-2016 goes to two co-authors, members of LBK

BEMS (The Bioelectromagnetics Society) has awarded the paper Nanosecond electric pulses cause mitochondrial membrane permeabilization in Jurkat cells with the 2012-2016 Most Influential Bioelectromagnetics Journal Paper Award. The paper was co-authored by Tina Batista-Napotnik (LBK), Yu-Hsuan Wu, Martin A. Gundersen, Damijan Miklavčič (LBK), and P. Thomas Vernier. Congratulations! Link to the full paper: […]

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Assist. Prof. Bor Kos is the winner of the 2018 Alessandro Chiabrera award

We are proud to announce that our colleague from the Laboratory of biocybernetics Assist. Prof. Bor Kos is the winner of this year’s Alessandro Chiabrera award, which is being awarded by the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA). Link to the original announcement: