Spin-off LAM-X a.s.
The Charles University and the Czech Academy of Sciences joined forces via their subsidiaries Charles University Innovations Prague s.r.o. and i&i Prague s.r.o. found an academic, technology spin-off LAM‑X a.s. The company is going to focus on development of nanomaterials that can be utilised for a fabrication of bandages of the future and its goal is to transfer research results into practice.
The name LAM-X (Light Activated Materials) directly reveals purpose of the newly founded company, which is to develop light-activated, antimicrobial materials based on nanofibers and nanoparticles capable of active defence against a wide range of pathogens. “By founding LAM‑X, we want to support the group of Assoc. Prof. Mosinger and make it more dynamic. His team comes with a material that has a potential to revolutionise treatment and healing of wounds,” says Otomar Sláma, director of CUIP.
Read more in press release.