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The FETFX story and the future of emerging deep-techs in Europe
A new video and an interactive storytelling on revolutionary and disruptive innovations to celebrate the conclusion of FETFX
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Capturing time and predicting human movement
The EnTimeMent project proposes a radically new motion analysis technology with the capacity to predict human movement and use it in areas as diverse as healthcare, the performing arts, sports, video games and films
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Designing dynamic metamaterials that imitate nature’s strategies
FET project Boheme will introduce metamaterials that resemble spider webs and woodpeckers, which will help us fix some unresolved issues on transportation, health, and energy
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FETFX Recommendations Paper: Advising High-Risk Research Proje...
Basic, use inspired research holds the key to solving many of society’s grand challenges - but to win support, strategic outreach, engagement and two-way dialogue are key
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Using gravity to explore volcanoes
A new gravity imager monitored Etna Volcano in Sicily to develop early-warning systems and better face volcanic eruptions
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3D printing stem cells to transform neuroscience
The MESO-BRAIN project used human-induced pluripotent stem cells placed on nanoscale 3D-laser-printed structures to replicate the brain’s neural networks
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E-Infrastructures to support scientists and supercomputing dev...
With technological developments drastically changing the nature of computing, high-performance computing (HPC) can ease navigation of complex systems for researchers
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Producing human platelets with a 3D bioprinted bone marrow
The SilkFusion project mimics the bone marrow physiology (using silk) for platelet production with breakthrough applications for transfusions, personalised medicine and drug testing
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EU study identifies life and biological sciences and technolog...
EU study identifies life and biological sciences and technologies in support to the EU research and innovation policy for a circular and bio-based economy.
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New biomaterial implants for spinal cord neuronal regeneration
The NeuroStimSpinal project is developing new a graphene-based and decellularised biomaterial that can foster neuronal regeneration, laying down the foundation for innovative approaches in spinal cord injury treatment
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A study identifies the top 50 life and biological sciences and...
Brussels, 21 April 2021 - The study “Life and Biological Sciences and Technologies as Engines for Bio-based Innovation”, funded by the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation has been published and is no...
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Using magnates to create new medicines
By controlling polymorphism in pharmaceutical compounds through the use of magnetic fields, the MagnaPharm project opens up new possibilities in the production of drugs
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Non-invasive neuromodulation techniques - A new era for the tr...
From optogenetics to sonogenetics to magnetognetics, scientists around the world are investigating new techniques to treat Parkinson’s disease without the need for invasive surgery
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Using topology to build computing devices that resemble our br...
FET project SKYTOP will develop a different set of skyrmionic devices that will ramp up our current computing performance through the help of topological insulators and Weyl semimetals
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Repairing the brain through new technological approaches in ne...
Two FET projects – HERMES and STARDUST – aim to improve the treatment of widespread brain disorders such as Parkinson’s and epilepsy by developing and adopting the latest neurotechnology techniques: “biohybrid...
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Touching the air may be possible with new research on haptics
The sense of touch has been mostly neglected so far in technology. However, research in haptics applied to virtual and augmented realities is opening up new possibilities in endless fields, from surgery to gaming. Wit...
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CellViewer: seeing inside stem cells
A new super-resolution system microscopy can assess the pluripotency and differentiation of live stem cells, spearheading a new era in stem-cell research and systems biology. This technology can help in cancer researc...
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Breast cancer: innovative 3D device to boost research on metas...
European researchers are working on a novel hybrid device to better understand the metastatic process of cancer cells travelling from breast to bone and fast screen new drugs against it
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Probing the European bioeconomy’s development through its dr...
Partners from the BioMonitor project published its latest paper in the Sustainability journal on the drivers and indicators that will measure the development of the bioeconomy
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Bio4Comp: next generation computing powered by muscle proteins
Computer processors powered by proteins found in muscle tissue could provide faster, more powerful and more energy efficient machines
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Cutting Costs of Monoclonal Antibodies for Biological Drugs ag...
Proteins in biopharmaceutical productions are usually separated and purificated through the expensive chromatography technique. European researchers are developing an innovative membrane crystallization technology to ...
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Future and emerging technologies grow young talents
Current and former early-career scientists share their stories and tell how Europe has bet on them, making their high-risk research possible: from intelligent wireless sensors with vision abilities to RNA-based techni...
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Join our Survey and Help us build narratives of the future thr...
The BioMonitor project is setting up its storylines and narratives that can best reflect our bioeconomy futures. To meet the need of its users, the consortium is asking for your help by participating in a survey
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MARA: Using nanotechnology to fight antibiotic resistance
DNA nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionise disease therapy and open up a new area in molecular medicine
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Nanotechnologies to help in new cancer treatment strategy
A new project – ULISES – is set to develop an immunologic-based treatment strategy where cancer cells are reprogrammed to become “visible” to the patients’ immune system.
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Nano level microscopy goes into the field
Could your smartphone analyse the coronavirus on surfaces? European researchers are developing a new generation of optical microscopes for mobile phones whe re LEDs and tiny detectors in the camera can analyse very sm...
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Shaping the Future of Biomedical Applications
Bio-compatible electrostrictive materials will play a leading role in the future generation of medical micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)
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21 September 2020 - Allthings.bioPRO kicked off virtually
EU project develops serious game to interact with citizens on the topic of bioeconomy.
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Anträge für die neue Forschungszulage veröffentlicht. - Bis...
Die Bescheinigungsstelle für die Forschungszulage (BSFZ) hat die digitalen Antragsformulare für die neue steuerliche Zulage veröffentlicht. Damit ist es allen steuerzahlenden Unternehmen ab sofort möglich, ihre Pe...
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FETFX presents: Voices from the Future
The FETFX team published a booklet that recounts 30 Years of Breakthrough Technologies in Europe that took place under the research and innovation framework programmes, including Horizon 2020 FET programme and its evo...
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Brain implants to speak again
A new generation of medical devices will restore speech and communication in disabled patients
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If batteries are the question, calcium could be the answer
Could calcium provide a new sustainable approach for battery technology applications? Professor Palacìn of the CARBAT project answers key questions.
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One step closer to making sustainable and smart cities
The STARDUST project supported the 2019 edition of the Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions Conference in Bolzano. During the event, STARDUST partners from Eurac Research gave two presentations on the...
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The light of STARDUST shines in the 2019 Researchers’ Night
The STARDUST project was presented in Trento and Bolzano during the local events organised for this year’s European researchers’ night
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Exploring the unexpected. A chat with Paolo Dario, world-renow...
From the bionic hand to a Fantastic Voyage-inspired capsule in the human body: Paolo Dario, founder of The BioRobotics Institute of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, shares the most important achievements ov...
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The Future is Now: Taking Snapshots of Tomorrow with the Futur...
On September 23-29, more than 80 Future and Emerging Technologies projects have showcased their vision of the future by presenting their ground-breaking results across Europe during the Future Tech Week.
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How can visionary science bring innovation into society?
Nine Future and Emerging Technologies experts from the academia, the industry and the government answer the big question raised during the Innovative Enterprise Week Bucharest.
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How do we best capture the existing European Bioeconomy?
From June 3 to 6, 2019, the BioMonitor project had its annual meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia and held a session at the ICABR conference in Ravello, Italy.
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Looking ahead: setting out roadmaps and actions for developing...
What gaps need to be plugged in those Member States which don't yet have a national bioeconomy strategy?
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Researchers and innovators encouraged to work closer for a pro...
Innovative Enterprise Week conference sees scientists and policymakers scan the monetary horizon of Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) research and its evolution in the European Innovation Council (EIC) Pathfinder...
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The Custom Laboratories’ Role in Monitoring the Development ...
The BioMonitor project partners ECN part of TNO and the Dutch standardization institute NEN are invited to present the project at the 7th Seminar of European Customs Chemists (July 1-4 2019, Hungary).
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Create your own plastic on the Bio-based plastic Street
The transition to a bio-based economy starts by raising already young children’s awareness. Activities which take technology and chemistry of bio-based materials in the schools make children curious and help them un...
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BioMonitor’s session “Contribution of the Bioeconomy to Su...
On June 6, 2019, the BioMonitor project will have the session “Contribution of the Bioeconomy to Sustainable Development Goals” at this year’s International Consortium of Applied Bioeconomy Research conference i...
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Bridging the gap between revolutionary scientific research and...
The European project FETFX was launched in January 2019. Its goal is to bring EU-funded research on Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) and society closer to each other via dedicated communication and dissemination...
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Understanding the Future of Emerging Technologies: Breakthroug...
At the end of January, the role of Emerging Technologies and Innovation Ecosystems in Europe was discussed during the High-Level Roundtable event held in Brussels
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A workshop to understand the needs of the Bioeconomy: what do ...
On 23 October 2018, the first workshop organised by the BioMonitor project took place in Brussels (Belgium). The report D7.2 “First Stakeholder Workshop” with the conclusions of the workshop is now available on th...
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International Women's Day: Female scientists share their t...
Women working in a Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) project muse on 2019’s theme of #BalanceforBetter.
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AllThings.Bio presents its second series of videos clips about...
When it comes to bio-based products consumers still have many doubts that need to be reassured. Which bio-based products are already available? Do they work? Does a bio-based soap clean just as good as a regular one? ...
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Low impact bio-based construction materials ready for the mass...
Construction industry stakeholders and policy makers gathered on 29 January in Brussels to discuss the potential of natural bio-based materials to help Europe meet its climate obligations.
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