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30 October 2020
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Estonia latest country to sign up to EuroQCI initiative
Estonia joins 24 other European countries to build a quantum
communication infrastructure spanning the EU and its overseas
Map listing EuroQCi signatory countries and showing them on map
The Graphene Flagship is looking for a new partner for the Core 3
Spearhead Project SafeGraph
The large-scale research initiative announced a call for Expression of
Interest to find a new partner that will join the present consortium of
the Spearhead Project SafeGraph.
A hand is placing the last piece of a puzzle
The Quantum Technologies Flagship: the story so far, and the quantum
In 2018, the Quantum Technologies Flagship set sail. This was the start
of what is expected to be a ten-year voyage supporting several thousand
EU researchers as they explore the potential of quantum technologies.
The Flagship recently reached the halfway point of its three-year
ramp-up phase, an opportunity to reflect on what has been achieved so
far, and to set ambitious targets for the years ahead.
EIC Pathfinder pilot
BoneFix: a new Pathfinder project proposing a paradigm shift in fracture
BoneFix aims to provide a novel class of bone adhesives that will allow
for personalized surgical treatment of bone fractures via minimal
invasive surgery under local anaesthesia.
X-ray of a broken arm
LaserImplant will improve dental prostheses and implants for bone
The new EIC Pathfinder project wants to develop laser-induced
hierarchical micro-/nano-structures for controlled cell adhesion at
Old-time sketch of a dentist and his patient
EIC Transition to Innovation Activities: first projects have just started
Less than a year ago, in November 2019, the first EIC Transition to
Innovation Activities Call closed the submissions, and now the very
first of the selected projects are on their way to genuine technological
and societal innovations.
M-ONE: Shifting technology for magnetic resonance imaging
The new EIC Pathfinder project wants to challenge current technology
used for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
MRI of human head
DirectSepa: a new EIC Pathfinder project to revolutionize the
two-dimensional materials production market
The DirectSepa project focuses on an efficient mass production method
for two-dimensional materials, such as graphene or germanene.
graphene structure (illustration)
FORGETDIABETES proposes radically new approach to diabetes treatment
FORGETDIABETES will develop an immuno-optimized, fully-implantable,
fully-automated, artificial pancreas for intraperitoneal hormone
delivery, enabling an optimal glycaemic control for type-1 diabetes
The roadmap of improving European healthcare with the help of cell-based
The LifeTime Initiative published its new Strategic Research Agenda that
provides a ten-year strategy for the implementation of cell-based
interceptive medicine in Europe.
Abstract illustration of cells in mitosis and multiplication of cells
European Quantum Week 2020: catch up with Europe's quantum community
European Quantum Week (EQW) is an online event that will run from 2 to 6
November 2020, in parallel with the Berlin Science Week.
02/11/2020 - 06/11/2020
Graphene Flagship Innovation Workshop Electronics: a networking
opportunity for research and industry players
The Innovation Workshop Electronics is a networking event where
participants can turn their research and innovation ideas into fruitful
12/11/2020 - 12/11/2020
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