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Understanding how we perceive and interact with others is a core challenge of social cognition research. This challenge is poised to intensify in importance as the ubiquity of artificial intelligence and the presence of humanoid robots in society grows. By innovatively combining psychology, neuroscience and robotics, the SOCIAL ROBOTS project helps prepare us for this future by (1) establishing a ...
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Urban water management becomes progressively more challenging in the view of population growth and increasing complexity of water management infrastructure. In this line, there is an ever increase demand from the water providers’ and public authorities’ perspective to critically evaluate the existing water ecosystems at city level in respect to the water supply, waste water treatment, reuse potent ...
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SUMCASTEC explores radically new approach for cancer stem cells (CSCs) real time isolation (i.e. within minutes vs current 40 days) and neutralization. A novel micro-optofluidic lab-on-chip (LOC) platform will be developed through a joint and iterative effort by biologists, clinicians and engineers. For the first time, a single LOC will be capable of delivering ultra-wide broadband radiation to co ...
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The objective of SponGES is to develop an integrated ecosystem-based approach to preserve and sustainably use vulnerable sponge ecosystems of the North Atlantic. The SponGES consortium, an international and interdisciplinary collaboration of research institutions, environmental non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations, will focus on one of the most diverse, ecologically and biologicall ...
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Novel treatment for peripheral arterial disease (FlowOx)

Start date: Dec 1, 2016, End date: May 31, 2019,

... echnically challenging stage of the product roadmap. The support enables Otivio to join forces with a medical device manufacturer, Innokas Medical, Finland, and UK based Univ. of Salford and Univ. of Bangor with extensive experience in clinical and health economic studies. The FlowOx project enables Otivio and Innokas to enter the world-wide PAD market, gaining a strong market positon with a home ...
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INMARE stands for “Industrial Applications of Marine Enzymes: Innovative screening and expression platforms to discover and use the functional protein diversity from the sea”. It is a collaborative Innovation Action to streamline the pathways of discovery and industrial applications of new marine enzymes and bioactives for targeted production of fine chemicals, drugs and in environmental clean-up ...
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The TBVAC2020 proposal builds on the highly successful and long-standing collaborations in subsequent EC-FP5-, FP6- and FP7-funded TB vaccine and biomarker projects, but also brings in a large number of new key partners from excellent laboratories from Europe, USA, Asia, Africa and Australia, many of which are global leaders in the TB field. This was initiated by launching an open call for Express ...
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The present proposal aim at understanding microbial role in peatland sensitivity to climate change at a Global Scale. Peatlands represent one of the most important terrestrial carbon pools, despite they only cover 3% of the earth’s surface they store one third of all terrestrial carbon. This ecosystem has shown to be sensitive to different disturbances in terms of their carbon storage capacity and ...
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The proposed ‘iPhoto-Bio’ is an international research staff exchange programme - ‘International collaboration on integrated photonics technologies for advanced bioapplications’. It aims to create a worldwide networking and knowledge transfer between six world-leading universities/institutes from five different countries: the United Kingdom, Spain, Brazil, China and the United States.The objective ...
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BioMOre describes a “New Mining Concept for Extracting Metals from Deep Ore Deposits using Biotechnology”. The concept is to use hydrofracturing for stimulation and bioleaching for winning of ores. The final process will consist of a so-called doublet, which is two deviated and parallel wells.In order to avoid high costs for drilling from the surface, the BioMOre approach is divided into two phase ...
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... dge, to provide a basis for subsequent improvement in clinical treatment and antivenin formulation. The project will synergistically combine EU experts in taxonomy and barcoding of venomous snakes (Bangor; SGN), proteomics of snake venom (CISC, SGN), and transcriptomics of venom glands (Bangor, CSIC, SGN) with corresponding centres of activity in India, including taxonomy and phylogeography at IIS ...
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2016, End date: Sep 30, 2017,

This is a higher education student and staff mobility project, please consult the website of the organisation to obtain additional details.
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Benthic ecosystem fisheries Impact Study (BENTHIS)

Start date: Oct 1, 2012, End date: Sep 30, 2017,

Benthic ecosystems provide important goods and services, such as fisheries products and supporting, regulation and cultural services. There is serious concern about the adverse impact of fisheries on benthic ecosystem which may negatively affect the fisheries yield and integrity of the sea bed. To develop an integrated approach to the management of human activities in the marine environment, in pa ...
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Proposal for a multi-partner ITN (“ARAMACC”: Annually Resolved Archives of MArine Climate Change) based around the newly emerging field of molluscan sclerochronology/climatology. ARAMACC is a network of eight Full Participants and three Associated Partners. Training will be provided to ten ESRs and one ER.ARAMACC science will consist of four work packages, which will address (1) the construction o ...
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The ECO-SEE project aims to develop new eco-materials and components for the purpose of creating both healthier and more energy efficient buildings. We will create and symbiotically use natural eco-materials for healthier indoor environments through hygrothermal (heat and moisture) regulation and the removal airborne contaminants through both chemical capture and photocatalysis. Our objectives inc ...
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Vocational training and enterprise: a winning alliance for growth 2015

Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017,

The project "VET-PRICE 2015" moves from the need to expand the knowledge and skills of young people training in Vocational and Technical Education, through an internship experience abroad lasting five weeks, in order to improve job opportunities. It is also a response to the training needs of the productive sectors of the Province of Treviso, hit hard by the crisis, through action that will lead ...
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Furthering Mobility

Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017,

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The presence and activities of microbes on and within minerals have profound worldwide environmental and economical consequences; from the consumption of atmospheric carbon dioxide during biotically-enhanced weathering of basalt, to the degradation of manmade structures and microbial mineral formation. In metal mineral mines, microbial activities have both positive and negative consequences. Micro ...
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Network of HPC Competence Centres for SMEs
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BISIGODOS aims to address the production of valuable algae derived chemicals, amino acids and high added-value bio-resins for coatings, printing, food and hair care and adhesives applications, starting from algae biomass fed directly with CO2 from industrial emissions (cement, steel factory, thermal power plants, etc.) as a raw material that is cost-effective and renewable. The process is assisted ...
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Kill●Spill delivers innovative (bio)technologies, which can be integrated to the real sequences of state-of-the-art actions used currently to cleanup oil spills. The catalogue of Kill●Spill products & technologies is based on a review of technology & knowledge gaps in approaches of oil spill disasters and brings appropriate tools for 1st response, follow-up, and longer-term actions, specifically t ...
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The genetic changes associated with domestication in aquaculture pose an increasing threat to the integrity of native fish gene pools. Consequently, there is a bourgeoning need for the development of molecular tools to assess and monitor the genetic impact of escaped or released farmed fish. In addition, exploration of basic links between genetic differences among farmed and wild fish and differen ...
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Regional Anaesthesia Simulator and Assistant (RASimAs)

Start date: Nov 1, 2013, End date: Oct 31, 2016,

Description RASimAs: Simulating anaesthesia outcomeA better outlook for those about to undergo surgery or have a child: The RASimAs project is working on a virtual reality simulator for doctors who are performing regional (or spinal) anaesthesia. This tool supports prediction and avoidance of possible complications during regional anaesth ...
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: Sep 30, 2016,

This is a higher education student and staff mobility project, please consult the website of the organisation to obtain additional details.
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The representation of our own and others’ mental events is strongly linked to mapping internal bodily states (embodiment). At the same time, the ability to transcend actual body perceptions and actions (self-transcendence) and to project self-images into scenarios that are not entirely transparent to sense modalities (spirituality) is inherently linked to human beings. Recent neuroimaging studies ...
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As humans, our ability to survive within a social world is facilitated by learning through observing others. As such, when learning tasks as simple as tying one’s shoes or as complex as performing heart surgery, we learn by watching from childhood through to old age. Many researchers from the behavioural and brain sciences suggest that observational and physical learning share common features. Wha ...
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... rer who brings a broad experience of research in computer science and medical physics. If successful, it will be his first grant award and will enable him to establish a novel research area at Bangor University. It will result in a collaboration with international partners that will grow in future.
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BRIGIT aims to develop a cost-competitive and environmentally friendly continuous process to produce biopolymers (polyhydroxybutyrate, PHB, and succinate-based biopolyesters, PBS-Poly-Butylene-Succinate) from waste-derived lignocelullosic sugar feedstock liquor of wood sulphite pulping process based on “in-situ” fermentation process and new fermentation culture technology without alteration of the ...
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Improving Mobility

Start date: Jul 1, 2014, End date: Jun 30, 2016,

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Europäische Moblitäten in Laboren

Start date: Jun 1, 2014, End date: May 31, 2016,

Project background Lise-Meitner-Schule is a vocational school/technical college in Berlin, Germany. We are specialized in the training of people who are going to work in laboratories and science orientated industry (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Pharmacy, Micro Technology). Since more than 20 years the school is conducting EU projects (Leonardo da Vinci Mobilities, Pilot Projects and Innovation Tra ...
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Objectives. This project seeks to understand the psychobiology of reinforcement in health and illness. The neural processing of, and behavioural response to, reward and punishment drives learning, skill acquisition and socialization. It shapes behaviours from the most primitive (fight/flight, ingest/avoid,) to complex (buy/sell).Motivated by evidence for a direct link between the tongue muscle and ...
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Micro B3 will develop innovative bioinformatic approaches and a legal framework to make large-scale data on marine viral, bacteria; archaeal and protists genomes and metagenomes accessible for marine ecosystems biology and to define new targets for biotechnological applications. Micro B3 will build upon a highly interdisciplinary consortium of 32 academic and industrial partners comprising world-l ...
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Wild fish stocks are coming under strain as the demand for cheap sources of protein increases. As a result, aquaculture has expanded to an industrial scale and now accounts for over a third of total fisheries production. The exceptional conditions farming imposes on commercial fish species is driving the emergence of new and more virulent bacterial pathogens, with huge associated economic losses ...
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Higher education student and staff mobility project

Start date: Jun 1, 2014, End date: Sep 30, 2015,

Bangor University has been a proponent and practitioner of Erasmus+ type programmes for many years, subscribing to its missions, values and impact. It has been used in 2014/2015 to give students and members of staff the opportunity to experience life as a student, employee, researcher and lecturer in new environments with new challenges in language, culture and practice. Our results demonstrate th ...
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Transnational Ecosystem Laboratory and Actions (TESLA)

Start date: Dec 31, 2010, End date: May 29, 2015,

The aim of the project is through transnational cooperation. to design and deliver a suite of tools for the successful development of knowledge intensive firms with high potential to export and through collaborative analysis and pilot actions. to enhance the partners regional innovation ecosystems to support such firms. including SMEs and Micro Enterprises. to secure export markets. In terms of ...
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The Quaternary Environmental Evolution of the Northwest-Passage (QUEEN)

Start date: Mar 1, 2012, End date: Feb 28, 2015,

"Despite the significance of the Northwest Passage (NWP) for global oceanic, freshwater, atmospheric, and biological systems, its long-term (last deglaciation onward) marine environmental histories remain understudied. The QUEEN (QUaternary Environmental Evolution of the Northwest-Passage) project seeks to redress this oversight. The project is founded upon an upcoming Geological Survey of Canada- ...
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Marine life makes a substantial contribution to the economy and society of Europe. VECTORS will elucidate the drivers, pressures and vectors that cause change in marine life, the mechanisms by which they do so, the impacts that they have on ecosystem structures and functioning, and on the economics of associated marine sectors and society. VECTORS will particularly focus on causes and consequences ...
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Amazing New Adventures (Menter Iontach Nua)

Start date: Dec 31, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

... ates by enabling the programme to be completed by participants through a combination of online and block release modules, taking advantage of the online Blackboard Academic Suite available in Bangor University.• Recruit the best lecturers and trainers to develop and deliver the Certificate and Diploma modules. The use of volunteers with relevant experience and expertise will add significantly to ...
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Wales Ireland Network for Scientific Skills (WINSS)

Start date: Feb 28, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

A large number of human and animal health industries that have difficulty recruiting staff with the appropriate high-level skills in the Ireland Wales cross-border region. It is important that education providers respond to the demand for more highly skilled graduates to protect Research & Development (R&D) investment in the cross-border region and stimulate sustainable economic growth. Through a ...
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WIN-IPT

Start date: Dec 31, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

WIN-IPT will: • Establish a Wales Ireland Network for Innovative Photovoltaic Technologies promoting the development of the ideas economy and enhancing business opportunities for SMEs in the cross border region. The network will bring industry leaders local authorities and academic experts together to expand the RTDI base in the cross-border region. • Deliver direct R&D assistance and consultancy ...
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