This is a non exhaustive list of recent scientific findings of the project partners. Only the selected results related to iONE-FP7 project are shown.



Cramer et al. Appl. Phys. Lett. 2012 – Double layer capacitance measured by organic field effect transistor operated in water

Alibart et al. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2012 – Memristive NanoparticleOrganic Hybrid Synapstor for Neuroinspired Computing

Shehu et al. PhysRevLett. 2010 – Layered Distribution of Charge Carriers in Organic Thin Film Transistors

Tonazzini et al. Biophysical Journal 2010 – Multiscale Morphology of Organic Semiconductor Thin Films Controls the Adhesion and Viability of Human Neural Cells

Alibart et al. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2010 – An Organic Nanoparticle Transistor Behaving as a Biological Spiking Synapse

Bichler et al. Electron Devices IEEE Transactions 2010 – Functional Model of a Nanoparticle Organic Memory Transistor for Use as a Spiking Synapse

Bystrenova et al. Adv. Funct. Mater 2008 – Neural Networks Grown on Organic Semiconductors



Cusimano et al. Brain. 2012 – Transplanted neural stem/precursor cells instruct phagocytes and reduce secondary tissue damage in the injured spinal cord

Cimadamore et al. Cell Stem Cell 2011 – Human ESC-Derived Neural Crest Model Reveals a Key Role for SOX2 in Sensory Neurogenesis

Pluchino et al. Brain 2008 – Persistent inflammation alters the function of the endogenous brain stem cell compartment

Pluchino et al. Nature 2005 – Neurosphere-derived multipotent precursors promote neuroprotection by an immunomodulatory mechanism

Pluchino et al. Nature 2003 – Injection of adult neurospheres induces recovery in a chronic model of multiple sclerosis