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The multinational project consortium aims to improve bone repair and provide a realistic solution for patients with chronic lumbar back pain
FET2RIN Training Spring 2018 – 1st workshop: The FET researchers exploring lean approach, IP strategy, business modelling
Research underlines potential of working with educators and students to increase public understanding of solutions to a major global environmental problem: marine litter.
A group of scientists developed a new energy-saving optical receiver with rapid power-on/off functionality.
For the most recent instalment of the Sim4Blocks webinars, partners HES-SO led a presentation on optimisation strategies.
European start-ups will now have the opportunity boost their business’ products and services
From January 2014 to December 2017, the ITN RegPol² worked on issues of regional polarisation and socio-spatial peripheralisation training at the same time 16 young researchers for careers in academia, public administration, NGOs and the private sector. The project centred on new patterns of regional disparities between metropolised core regions and the remaining parts of Central and Eastern European countries.
The new European research project CureCN focuses on developing a curative gene therapy for the ultra-rare liver disease Crigler-Najjar syndrome (CN) and to make the treatment available to patients. The project includes a clinical trial to prove the safety and efficacy of the gene therapy for the so far incurable liver disorder. The project is funded under the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 with a total budget of € 6.25 million.
Researchers are assessing a new technology that harnesses the power of the ocean to generate clean and inexpensive electricity.