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More than 450.000 people are diagnosed with esophageal cancer (EC) each-year worldwide and approximately 400.000 die from the disease. Esophageal cancer is the eighth most commonly diagnosed cancer, but it is the sixth leading cause of cancer-related death, with incidence rates steeply rising. Risk factors, including gastroesophageal reflux disease and Barrett’s esophagus, may diagnostically impli ...
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Roll-to-roll manufacturing is well established in many segments like electronics, micro manufacturing or solar technology. Continuous roll-to-roll manufacturing processes can be integrated with various manufacturing steps within the production line. While many conventional and laser manufacturing techniques could already be embedded successfully into roll-to-roll machines, pulsed laser structuring ...
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HIgh throughPut LasER processing of DIamond and Silicon (HIPERDIAS)

Start date: Feb 1, 2016, End date: Jul 31, 2019,

Driven by the end-users requirements and needs, the main objective of the HIPERDIAS project is to demonstrate high throughput laser-based manufacturing using high-power, high-repetition rate sub-1ps laser. Although the laser system to be developed within HIPERDIAS can address other material processing applications, the focus here will be 3D structuring of silicon at high-speed, precision processin ...
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LASHARE will develop a robust assessment framework for innovative laser equipment paving the way for new manufacturing applications. It will carry out a large number of assessment experiments for a variety of laser equipment targeting strategic manufacturing areas for Europe.The Laser Equipment Assessment (LEA) will be carried out by a trio of research/supplier/user partners. Each LEA will define ...
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Femtosecond Light Amplifiers in the Megahertz regime (FLAME)

Start date: Oct 1, 2012, End date: Mar 31, 2015,

FLAME will leverage a current revolution in ultrafast laser science and lead to the commercial availability of amplified laser systems with significantly higher pulse repetition rates, higher average powers and shorter pulse durations than has been possible up to now. In addition, the project will develop sophisticated ion and electron imaging detectors tailored to the experimental research carrie ...
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Two Photon Absorbers for Biomedical Applications (TOPBIO)

Start date: Dec 1, 2010, End date: Mar 31, 2015,

Two-photon absorption is a photophysical process with diverse applications in medicine (photodynamic therapy), neurophysiology, cell biology (microscopy, photo-activated drugs) and biomedical engineering (fabrication of micro-needle arrays and tissue scaffolds). Many of these applications will only have a major impact when better dyes become available with stronger two-photon absorption, as well a ...
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Synapses: from molecules to higher brain function and diseases (SYMBAD)

Start date: Dec 1, 2009, End date: Feb 28, 2014,

... t of new therapeutical strategies to combat brain diseases (GSK, Neurosearch, Xygen, and Noscira) and companies involved in technical development to be used in synaptic research and beyond (Bioxtal, Amplitude Systems, Explora Nova). The SYMBAD network aims to: • Teach a number of increasingly sophisticated techniques required in neuroscience and to advance towards novel therapies. • Focus on techn ...
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FEMTOPRINT is to develop a printer for microsystems with nano-scale features fabricated out of glass. Our ultimate goal is to provide a large pool of users from industry, research and universities with the capability of producing their own micro-systems, in a rapid-manner without the need for expensive infrastructures and specific expertise. Recent researches have shown that one can form three-dim ...
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"The goal of the SFERA project is to deliver a complete innovative solution by developing a new Subsurface, Fast internal Engraving and Reading system suitable for Anticounterfeiting applications needed by the pharmaceutical industry. Counterfeiting is a major global problem, with important societal and economic consequences, including the expansion of organised crime, loss of jobs and tax revenue ...
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