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Up to 70% of cardiovascular events are not prevented by current therapeutic regimens. In search for additional, innovative strategies, immune cells have been recognized as key players contributing to atherosclerotic plaque progression and destabilization. Particularly the role of innate immune cells is of major interest, following the recent paradigm shift that innate immunity, considered to be in ...
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First European System for Active Debris Removal with Nets (ADR1EN)

Start date: Apr 1, 2015, End date: Mar 31, 2017,

STAM, SKA and OptiNav are three high-tech SMEs, that have developed and validate till TRL 6 a system for active debris removal with nets, through an ESA contract (4000109361/13/NL/RA) within the Clean Space initiative. ADR1EN aims at the business opportunity generated by the need to increase safety of space infrastructures, which are menaced by the huge number of space debris lost in space. In lin ...
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The building envelope (roof, façade and basements) is the key element to address in order to achieve the energy efficiency in the retrofitting of buildings, where the façade represent the largest part of the heat transmission surface and includes a number of critical components (like windows, balconies, ventilation units,etc) and thermal bridge phenomena.The present project aims to develop an ener ...
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Ageing of society is an issue of increasing importance for Europe. According to Eurostat, 36,5% of the European population is more than 50 years old and this percentage is constantly growing. In the next decades, Europe’s growth will increasingly depend on the ability to capitalise on the skills of ageing people: the goal set by EU for 2020 is to achieve an employment rate of 50% for older workers ...
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Light+ter project addresses a public health problem, i.e. coagulation disorders, typical of hereditary diseases like haemophilia (40,000 people affected in EU27), or induced by use of specific anti-coagulant drugs (20 million people in EU27). Bleeding disorders have a strong impact on the quality of life. Usual small medical interventions, as dental surgery, pose important problems for these patie ...
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"Hydraulic power transmission with oil as power transmission fluid is widely applied in industrial applications. The main consumer of hydraulic fluids are heavy duty hydraulic machines such surface and underground mining equipment, drilling rigs and earth-moving machines. Petroleum-based hydraulic fluids and lubricants are persistent and toxic. They need to be disposed at the end of life in order ...
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"A survey conducted by WHO showed that 2,4 million of European patients suffer nosocomial infections every year. Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) account for approximately 40% of nosocomial infections; 80% of UTIs are associated with the use of indwelling urethral catheters. UTIs related to indwelling catheterisation prolong the mean length of hospitalisation, ranging from 2.4 to 19.8 days; 2 Billio ...
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