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The Romanian New Materials Cluster participated in the Virtual NANO - 2020 - International matchmaking event, by promoting the cluster’s vision of contributing to the increase of competitiveness of members through openness and strategic collaboration by developing the new materials market nationally and internationally. The organization used this opportunity to focus on further expanding its networking by identifying potential partnerships for future projects. “The goal of the Matchmaking event is to create a strong network of laboratories, institutions, start-ups and cluster organizations in the close relation which all...
Date: 31/08/2020 - 13:04 | Romanian New Materials Cluster

During the COVID-19 pandemic news reporting has not been all negative. News raising hopes that this pandemic can be beaten have been emerging also from Turku region in Finland, which hosts the biggest and oldest life science cluster in Finland. Diagnostics industry is one of the fields where the Covid-19 pandemic has opened new opportunities. Over the past two decades Finland has enjoyed continuous rise in health technology exports; the value of export has increased five-fold while the net trade surplus has increased ten-fold. “Last year only, Finnish in-vitro diagnostics industry’s export, including equipment and...
Date: 25/08/2020 - 07:16 | HealthTurku
Best Practices and Pitfalls in Commercializing IVDApplicable Biomarkers Handbook now available from biomarker.nu webpage The handbook facilitates the selection and advancement of the most promising biomarkers through the innovation process Handbook is a result of the crossdisciplinary international BIC project, composed of 8 partners in the Baltic Sea Region, including University of Turku and Turku Science Park Ltd BIC Best Practices and Pitfalls Handbook is the first of four biomarker commercialization tools that are being published this summer by the Biomarker Commercialization (BIC) project consortium with the...
Date: 12/08/2020 - 05:28 | HealthTurku
Welcome to our second webinar on How to Commercialize your Biomarker Discovery - a free webinar series focusing on biomarker commercialization process. Focus of this second webinar is on European IVD Regulation with a speaker from the Finnish Medicines Agency FIMEA. This webinar dives into the regulatory requirements for biomarker development and commercialization, an important know-how for any research group, SME or TTO working with biomarker development. The IVD regulation is also covered in detail in the Biomarker Commercialization (BIC) toolset, designed to support, step-by-step, both academic researchers and SMEs...
Date: 10/08/2020 - 11:22 | HealthTurku

GALATEA (Grow and AcceLerate your smArt projecTs in nEw value chAins of the European Blue Economy), a project funded by the European Union under its INNOSUP-1 programme, was launched in June 2020 giving continuity to the successful project NEPTUNE which ended in December 2018. GALATEA brings together the cooperation and experiences of 7 ICT, aerospace and maritime clusters and 1 research and technology organisation from 5 European countries: France, Greece, Romania, Poland and Spain. The project will run for 30 months until November 2022 under de coordination of Pôle Mer Méditerranée. The overall objective is to develop...
Date: 21/08/2020 - 09:49 | Cluj IT Cluster

The international student competition " Global Biobased Businessplan Competition - G-BiB " enters a new round. Between October 2020 and February 2021, teams from Germany, Finland and the United Kingdom will have the opportunity to think beyond the academic horizon of their project and experience the economic potential of their idea. All students - from bachelor to PhD - are invited to participate in the competition with their idea for a biobased process or product . In addition to the chance to get to know all the international teams, the participants will receive individual training in preparing a business plan, pitching...
Date: 18/08/2020 - 07:18 | CLIB - Cluster Industrial Biotechnology

#startUP #albatrozdigital #intelligentcities #managementplatform #publicadministration #new_developments We are proud to announce that our startup "Albatroz Digital" has developed an easy-to-use platform specific to Public Administration bodies (communes, city councils, etc.), targeted to assist its users to better manage the day-to-day occurrences. It is the case of scheduling the collection of old furniture and garden shavings; requests for cleaning public spaces; requests for the repairing of sidewalks; requests for maintenance of green spaces and even the communication of damaged equipment. Last but not the least, the...
Date: 17/08/2020 - 14:09 | Madan Parque

The North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and partners Sunderland City Council, Newcastle University, Vantec, Coventry University, Connected Places Catapult, StreetDrone and Perform Green, have secured funding for a 5G enabled connected and automated logistics (CAL) pilot and proof of concept. This £4.9m project will receive £2.4m from 5G Create, a £30 million open competition combining British creativity with innovative new uses for 5G, as part of the wider £200 million 5G testbeds and trials programme (5GTT). The project will deliver a huge stride forward in CAL, proving last-mile delivery for an autonomous HGV up to 40...
Date: 14/08/2020 - 09:10 | North East Automotive Alliance Limited
The North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) has announced the launch of its first Automotive Export Week, to take place virtually between 14-18 September. The NEAA is collaborating with Supply Chain North East and the Department for International Trade (DIT) to ensure the virtual event invites businesses at every stage of the process to explore key automotive markets, learn about all aspects of export, seek support from market specialists and trade champions, build contacts and meet potential customers. There will be more than 40 events including country briefings, interactive panel discussions and workshops. In addition,...
Date: 14/08/2020 - 09:07 | North East Automotive Alliance Limited

Cluj-Napoca is among the finalist cities in the competition for the title of "European Capital of Innovation 2020" along with Milan, Vienna, Linz, Valencia and seven other European cities. The city could not only receive this prestigious title, but it could also receive 1.000.000 EUR to further invest in the wellbeing of the community. Cluj-Napoca is the only city in Eastern Europe that managed to rank as a finalist in this competition. The award recognizes the merits of European cities that develop dynamic innovation ecosystems designed to address public life challenges and improve citizens's lives. The Commission will...
Date: 06/08/2020 - 09:06 | Transilvania IT Cluster by ARIES T

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