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Remote communication between electronic devices is an open and active research subject. Nowadays we mainly communicate by transferring information via electromagnetic communication. However, this approach is not universally applicable. Nature faced and solved this problem by means of a strategy based on the release molecules acting as “chemical messengers”. Even if the biological communication networks are still too complex to be replicated, in all our views, bio-inspired molecular communication represents definitively a very promising strategy. In this project we perform a critical analysis on the problem of molecular communication through body fluids focusing on the selection and synthesis of a capable molecular messenger.

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2020. Nanoparticles as suitable messengers for molecular communication.
In NANOSCALE
Fichera, Luca; Li-Destri, Giovanni; Tuccitto, Nunzio
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2020. Fluorescent nanoparticle-based Internet of things.
In NANOSCALE -vol. 12 (17) pp.9817-9823.
Fichera, Luca; Li-Destri, Giovanni; Tuccitto, Nunzio
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2019. Self-assembled carbon nanoparticles as messengers for artificial chemical communication.
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2019. Reactive nanomessengers for artificial chemical communication.
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Fichera, Luca; Li-Destri, Giovanni; Ruffino, Roberta; Messina, Grazia Maria Lucia; Tuccitto, Nunzio
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2018. Reactive messengers for digital molecular communication with variable transmitter-receiver distance.
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2017. Multi-bit chemical messenger for long-range molecular communication in bioenvironment.
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2017. Fluorescent Quantum Dots Make Feasible Long-Range Transmission of Molecular Bits.
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