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The open call targets tech SMEs and Competence Centers in the areas of microelectronics and smart systems, as well as innovative start-ups/SMEs linked to health, agrifood and manufacturing sectors.
Time: Wed 2018-12-05 15.00 Location: Lecture hall D3, Lindstedtsvägen 5, KTH Campus Type of event: Seminars
On Thursday 11 October, key industry players, researchers and regulatory bodies met in Madrid to discuss opportunities arising from the bio-based industry sector and discover the cutting-edge products and processes that will shape the Spanish bioeconomy of tomorrow.
Time: Fri 2018-12-14 14.00 - 15.00 Location: Salongen, KTHB, Osquars backe 31 Type of event: Lectures and seminars
During its Conference on “The OptEEmAL Solution for Energy Efficient District Retrofitting” on 15th November 2018 at the renowned Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, the Horizon 2020-funded project OptEEmAL presented its platform prototype to design energy efficient retrofitting projects.
Newly funded EU Horizon 2020 Project HOMED will use innovative practical methods to assess and control invasive pests and pathogens threatening EU forests.
HiReach is a Horizon 2020 3-year Research and Innovation Action (RIA) running from 2017 to 2020 and aiming to eliminate transport poverty by triggering new mobility solutions. HiReach builds on the potential of bundling and mixing dispersed, special and non-coordinated/optimised trip requests and needs from different vulnerable user groups to favour inclusive and participative mobility rather than exclusive/special and geographically limited mobility.
What do microplastic filters, fertilisers and fish feed have in common? They can all be produced using jellyfish! At least, that’s what one research team has set out to prove as they look into reducing the plastic waste in our oceans.
Researchers are developing an autonomous system to monitor coastal and deep waters for fish stock. Their technology could enhance marine environment protection.
Radical techniques in electron microscopy could revolutionise studies in physics, biochemistry, materials and more.