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SiC nano for PicoGeo

Sic nano for PicoGeo

The SiC nano for PicoGeo project, funded by the FET Open scheme of Horizon 2020,  aims to overcome the limitations of the current instruments for geoscience and geohazard monitoring. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are major concerns for our society, representing a burden for people’s security and generating considerable financial losses due to infrastructure damage. Monitoring […]

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CHESS

CHESS project

The project The CHESS project – Creative Intrapreneurship Empowerment Skills – aims at providing an integrated support, tailored to the needs and specificities of young people in the age group 20-29 from the creative industries, who either already possess working experience, or have never been employed. The project started in September 2019 and it has […]

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Challenge

CHALLENGE project

The project CHALLENGE project, started in January 2017, is proposing an original and strategic approach to nanotechnology innovation applied to power devices. CHALLENGE is a research project funded by the European Commissione under Horizon 2020 with the aim of developing an innovative, cost-effective, long lasting material, speeding up the up take of power- electronic devices […]

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Emphasis

The project Emphasis is a multi-actor approach project funded under EU Horizon 2020 Programme. The project is coordinated by Torino University and involves 22 partners from 9 European Countries aiming at fighting pathogens and pests in agricultural crops and forests, while paying particular attention to invasive alien species that reach Europe from other continents as […]

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Innovabone

The project INNOVABONE was funded as an integrated project under EU FP7 programme and gathered together 14 partners coordinated by the University of Vienna. INNOVABONE was a very successful project able to manage a very heterogeneous consortium to release bioinspired biomaterials mimicking the natural physiological processes underlying bone repair. INNOVABONE approach was able to test […]

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Atopica

The project ATOPICA was a FP7 EU funded project led by the Medizinische Universitaet Wien. Atopica project was committed to quantify the effects of environmental changes on Ambrosia (ragweed) pollen-induced allergic diseases in Europe. The investigation of global and regional climate, land use and air quality changes can impact on human health, in particular allergic […]

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