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Photonic Integrated Circuits Assembly and Packaging Pilot Line (PIXAPP)

Start date: Jan 1, 2017, End date: Dec 31, 2020,

PIXAPP will establish the world’s first open access Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) assembly & packaging Pilot Line. It combines a highly-interdisciplinary team of Europe’s leading industrial & research organisations. PIXAPP provides Europe’s SMEs with a unique one-stop-shop, enabling them to exploit the breakthrough advantages of PIC technologies. PIXAPP bridges the ‘valley of death’, providing ...
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Remotely Operated CBRNe Scene Assessment Forensic Examination (ROCSAFE)

Start date: Jul 1, 2016, End date: Jun 30, 2019,

The overall goal of ROCSAFE is to fundamentally change how CBRNe events are assessed, in order to and ensure the safety of crime scene investigators by reducing the need for them to enter high-risk scenes when they have to determine the nature of threats and gather forensics. For this, ROCSAFE will make use of cost-effective modern remotely-controlled robotic air and ground vehicles (RAVs/RGVs) th ...
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Smart Phone for Disease Detection from Exhaled Breath (SNIFFPHONE)

Start date: Feb 15, 2015, End date: Aug 14, 2018,

... approach, an interaction between breath sample and a miniaturized array of highly sensitive nanomaterial-based chemical sensors is recorded, stored and pre-processed by integrated miniature on-chip microfluidics and electronics, and then the relevant electrical signals are transferred wirelessly via the mobile phone’s internet to an external server. Statistical pattern recognition methods are then ...
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The SAPHELY project focuses on the development and the preclinical validation of a nanophotonic-based handheld point-of-care (POC) analysis device for its application to the minimally-invasive early diagnosis of diseases, with a focus in cancer. Disease identification will be based in the fast (
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... ro-scale and coupling of microscale experimentation to automated design of experiments (DoE) will document applicability of MBRs for chemical and biochemical research. To enhance the applicability of microfluidic enzymatic reactors for organic synthesis, we will establish microfluidic chemo-biocatalytic reaction systems that enable rapid characterization of biosynthetic pathways and chemo-enzymati ...
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The objective of the MFManufacturing project is to bring the manufacturing of microfluidic devices to the same level of maturity and industrialisation of electronic devices, enabling them to address more widely in the healthcare needs. Electronic devices, which have been on the market for many years, have benefited from the long going standardization of electronic components, and were therefore ea ...
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A CANcer Development mOnitor (CanDo)

Start date: Jan 1, 2014, End date: Feb 28, 2017,

Through further development, integration and validation of micro-nano-bio and biophotonics systems from previous projects CanDo will develop an instrument that will permit the identification and concentration determination of rare cells in peripheral blood for two key societal challenges, early and low cost anti-cancer drug efficacy determination and cancer diagnosis/monitoring.A cellular link bet ...
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End-user driven DEmo for cbrNe (EDEN)

Start date: Sep 1, 2013, End date: Dec 31, 2016,

The accidental or deliberate release of CBRNE materials are low probability events that can have a significant impact on citizens and society. Whenever and wherever they occur, they usually require a gradual and multi-facetted response as they tend to provoke severe and unexpected physical, psychological, societal, economical and political effects that cross EU-borders. Successful CBRNE resilience ...
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Pocket will develop a novel point-of-care (PoC) urine test for the detection of tuberculosis (TB), achieving at the same time a low cost (5 to 10 euro end-user cost per test, including depreciation cost of the instrument) and a high accuracy (>80% capture of TB-positive patients, which is much better than the present solutions which reach 60%). The test positions itself between current low-end imm ...
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RAPP-ID (“Development of RApid Point-of-Care test Platforms for Infectious Diseases”) will develop a Point-of-Care Test (POCT) for rapid (hospital
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Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) is currently initiated empirically because conventional diagnosis takes 2-3 days from sample to results. Moreover, the pharmaceutical pipeline is almost dry. Therefore, the last decade has globally witnessed a huge explosion of antibiotic (AB) resistance in Gram Negative Bacteria (GNB), which has drastically reduced the available AB therapy choices for U ...
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BIOINTENSE is directed at addressing the challenges of low productivity and process intensity frequently hampering the implementation of bioprocesses in industry. For the future of the next generation of chemical processes in Europe it provides the opportunity not only to address intensification but also to enable this in a rapid manner. BIOINTENSE will make use of µ-technology to develop economic ...
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Self-assembled virus-like vectors for stem cell phenotyping (SAVVY)

Start date: Jan 1, 2013, End date: Dec 31, 2015,

... informatics platform for fingerprinting of stem cell populations using cluster analysis algorithms. The effort will be joined by two SMEs, ChipShop and OMT, that will be able to develop the necessary microfluidic and Raman detection hardware.
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The goal of MultiSENSE is the development of a detection and identification system for biological pathogens, which shall include both the sample preparation stage, during which target molecules are extracted directly and in parallel the ensuing nucleic-acid-based and/or immunological detection and identification steps, in order to build an integrated “sample in, result out” system. Disruptive tech ...
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Chips for Life (C4L)

Start date: Jan 1, 2012, End date: Jun 30, 2015,

... agnostic tests to allow the medical staff to link antibiotic prescription on evidence-based diagnosis. In our 3 year project, combining the Multiplex Ligation-dependent Probe Amplification (MLPA) and microfluidic technologies will allow to address the question of viral or bacterial origin. In the case of a bacteria, a second step will allow to identify which bacteria is of interest with its virule ...
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Integrated and functional Lab-on-Chip (InFuLOC)

Start date: Mar 1, 2009, End date: Feb 28, 2013,

... ents will be developed as well as sensitive optical and electrochemical strategies for detection. Novel optical detection approach which involves increasing the pathlength of the radiation within the microfluidic channel will be further advanced for highly sensitive optical detection within LOC devices. Sensitive electrochemical transduction will also be developed. The developed LOC platform techn ...
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The main objective of the ENIAC JU project CAJAL4EU is to develop miniaturised biosensor technology platforms enabling diagnostic test manufacturers to build multi-parameter in-vitro test applications rapidly in a robust, user-friendly and cost-effective way. They will involve nanoelectronic-based transducers with chemical sensing capabilities providing the interface with the clinical samples. In ...
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The overall concept of the CD-MEDICS IP is to develop a technology platform for point-of-care diagnostics, capable of simultaneous genomic and proteomic detection, with embedded communication abilities for direct interfacing with hospital information systems. This will be achieved by exploiting breakthroughs at the confluences of bio-, micro- and nano- technologies to create a low-cost non-invasiv ...
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Lab-on-chips (LOCs) are microsystems capable of manipulating small (micro to nanoliters) amounts of fluids in microfluidic channels with dimensions of tens to hundreds of micrometers: they have a huge application potential in many diverse fields, ranging from basic science (genomics and proteomics), to chemical synthesis and drug development, point-of-care medical analysis and environmental monito ...
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