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SMARTool aims at developing a platform based on cloud technology, for the management of patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) by standardizing and integrating heterogeneous health data, including those from key enabling technologies. The platform includes existing multiscale and multilevel ARTreat (FP7-224297) models of coronary plaque progression based on non-invasive coronary CT angiograph ...
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The goal of the InForMed project is to establish an integrated pilot line for medical devices. The pilot line includes micro-fabrication, assembly and even the fabrication of smart catheters. The heart of this chain is the micro-fabrication and assembly facility of Philips Innovation Services, which will be qualified for small/medium-scale production of medical devices. The pilot facility will be ...
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"The objective is to deliver a trans-European network of industrially oriented specialists fully trained in the development and application of microbioreactor (MBR) technology to support development of innovative bio-based manufacturing processes. The specialistis will be trained by leaders in the field and with state of the art equipment and methodologies. MBRs are a promising tool for screening ...
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Sample In - Answer Out Optochemical Sensing Systems (SAMOSS)

Start date: Oct 1, 2013, End date: Sep 30, 2017,

Biosensor development is a very promising and prospective field of research in food- clinical- and environmental analysis. Besides conventional analytical methods biosensors specifically detect only some decisive components. However, miniaturised sensor systems are able to detect components in the femto/ato-gramm region with almost no interference to other components in the investigated system. Th ...
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Label Free Particle Sorting (LAPASO)

Start date: Oct 1, 2013, End date: Sep 30, 2017,

"LAPASO will provide a unique training opportunity for 15 fellows in a highly interdisciplinary and intersectorial environment with the overarching scientific objective of advancing diagnostics in a wide range of critical medical conditions using advanced microfluidics and nanobiotechnology integration.Microfluidic particle fractionation based on the inherent properties of e.g. cells, microorganis ...
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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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This project will focus on the production of an in vitro human disease tissue platform technology to enable and accelerate the development of regenerative medicine therapies for a diverse range of diseases. The concept will be realised by the in vitro generation of 3D human tissues cultured from human induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) cells. Initially a library of adult cells will be generated from p ...
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The LCAOS project will develop and test a new diagnostic tool, able to detect:(i) the presence of lung cancer (LC), and(ii) an increased risk of a patient developing LC in the future.Diagnostic tests currently available are unsuitable for widespread screening because they are costly, occasionally miss tumours, are not time-efficient, nor free of complications.LCAOS will overcome these problems by ...
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Dynamic Molecular Nanostructures (DYNAMOL)

Start date: Nov 1, 2010, End date: Oct 31, 2014,

The ITN DYNAMOL will establish a powerful new approach for the preparation of nanostructures based on dynamic covalent chemistry. This approach combines the advantages of covalent synthesis (robustness of bonds) with those of non-covalent synthesis (error correction, responsiveness) without any of the disadvantages. It therefore has the potential to provide unique solutions for several important c ...
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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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