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"Knee Osteoarthritis (KOA) is the most common chronic musculoskeletal disorder, currently affecting over 8 million people within the EU, for which currently no cure is available. Adverse biomechanics, affected through some of the major health issues of our time (ageing, obesity, sedentary lifestyle) lie at the heart of the disease.The research theme of the KNEEMO ITN is “towards targeted and tailo ...
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The project has four main objectives: To provide advices to stakeholders on how to foster Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation; to draft an Evolutionary Theory of Social Entrepreneurship to explain the different evolutionary paths of Social Entrepreneurship in Europe and how Social Entrepreneurship and institutions co-evolved during time; to identify the features of an enabling eco-system ...
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ICT is recognized as being a key player against climate change: pervasive sensors and actuators can efficiently control the whole energy chain (Smart Thermal/Electricity Grid). On the other side, advances on 3D modeling, visualization and interaction technologies enable user profiling and real-time feedback to promote energy efficient behaviors. To unlock the potentiality of these technologies, th ...
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Prevention of Falls Network for Dissemination (ProFouND)

Start date: Mar 1, 2013, End date: Feb 29, 2016,

Description The Prevention of Falls Network for Dissemination (ProFouND) is a thematic network working with the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing to bring about the dissemination and implementation of best practice in falls prevention across Europe. ProFouND comprises 21 partners from 12 countries, with associate m ...
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Foot ulceration in patients with diabetes remains a highly prevalent, debilitating and expensive to treat problem. Recent recommendations by the International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot have suggested that therapeutic footwear including a custom insole should be the preferred intervention for those individuals who have been identified as “at risk” of developing a foot ulcer [1]. However, c ...
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The strategic goal of EcoFINDERS is to provide the EC with tools to design and implement soil strategies aimed at ensuring sustainable use of soils, including: i) Characterisation of European soil biodiversity; ii) Determination of relations between soil biodiversity, soil functions and ecosystem services; iii) Design of policy-relevant and cost-effective indicators for monitoring soil biodiversit ...
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"The TRIAD, Tolerance Restoration In Autoimmune Disease, consortium provides an innovative strategy to autoimmune diseases (AID) therapy, based on antibody approach with a well established mechanism of action. The main objective is the evaluation of a selective antagonist of CD28 to prevent, treat and/or cure some AIDs in preclinical models including rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, type ...
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As mobile devices are increasingly used in day-to-day tasks involving sensitive information, authentication and money, they are becoming attractive targets for attackers. Recent attacks against mobile devices have succeeded in leaking the sensitive information stored on the device and have provided attackers financial gain through the unauthorized use of phone and messaging services.While the curr ...
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Analysis of Civil Security Systems in Europe (ANVIL)

Start date: Mar 1, 2012, End date: Feb 28, 2014,

"Our objective in this project is to explore and compare relevant cultural phenomena and legal determinations of civil security across Europe, taking into account the existing significant differences between countries and regions. We start by creating a framework that can be used to carry out a comparative analysis. We develop definitions of security effectiveness and efficiency that can be put in ...
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It is now well-established that consuming fruits and vegetables promotes health and well-being. In particular, intake of fruits and vegetables protects against cancer and is associated with lower levels of obesity. Consumption of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is predicted by the extent to which these foods are liked. However, vegetable intakes remain relatively low, especially in childre ...
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"Intellectual Capital, Work and Well-being" (IC-WELL)

Start date: Jan 11, 2010, End date: Jan 10, 2012,

"The aim of this project is to identity how Intellectual Capital (IC) impacts upon work and well-being, and how IC may be promoted through workplace policies. Research will be undertaken in Bulgaria, Finland and Scotland; EU member states with varied economies, social and welfare polices. Data will be collected from national and EU organisations, and SMEs in the study countries in the growth secto ...
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Supporting EU access to Australian research programmes (AUS-ACCESS4EU)

Start date: Oct 1, 2009, End date: Dec 31, 2011,

"The overall objective of the proposed project is to increase S&T cooperation between the EU and Australia by identifying access opportunities for European researchers in Australian research capabilities and programmes.The work plan of AUS-ACCESS4EU puts the objective of the FP 7 Capacitioes Work Programme ""Supporting the EU access to third countries programmes (FP-INCO-2009-5) to help to develop ...
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MAXimum fidelity Interactive Multi User display Systems (MAXIMUS)

Start date: Mar 1, 2008, End date: Aug 31, 2011,

... .000.000.000:1. But today projection display technology is limited to contrast ratios inthe order of 10.000:1. This hinders a convincing simulation and presentation of lighting effectsin professional markets such as car styling, architecture and industrial design.What is missing today are interactive visualisation systems that fully support high dynamic rangematerial and light information from the ...
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... chill air directly which, coupled to powered passive ventilation, might augment a building’s air conditioning and offset power consumption, cutting payback time still further. The potential EU market for building integrated wind turbines is €345m and we believe that we can capture a high proportion (20%) of it. Conventional wind turbines typically have payback periods of 15-30 years (depending on ...
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The overall objective of the project is to bring innovative thinking into the region’s Higher Education and to enhance universities' ability for encouraging and conducting collaboration with their economic environments. The project will promote the development of sustainable partnerships between universities and enterprises in the South-Mediterranean region through the establishment of Centers of ...
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