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ERA-NET ON NANOMEDICINE (EuroNanoMed III)

Start date: Nov 1, 2016, End date: Oct 31, 2021,

Nanomedicine is the application of nanotechnology to medicine and healthcare. The field takes advantage of the physical, chemical and biological properties of materials at the nanometer scale to be used for a better understanding of the biological mechanisms of diseases at the molecular level, leading to new targets for earlier and more precise diagnostics and therapeutics. Nanomedicine, rated amo ...
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QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum Technologies (QuantERA)

Start date: Nov 1, 2016, End date: Oct 31, 2021,

QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum TechnologiesQuantum Technologies (QT) has become a new and fast developing area of research initiated by a realisation that quantum physics opens up radically new modes of quantum information processing and communication. European researchers have been at the forefront of these developments delivering many groundbreaking scientific results and advancing technolog ...
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Photonics based sensing (PhotonicSensing)

Start date: Apr 1, 2016, End date: Mar 31, 2021,

According to the final report of the High-Level Expert Group on Key Enabling Technologies photonics has with 480 billion $ by far the biggest market of all key enabling technologies in 2015.If we take a closer look on the various markets within photonics, we see that the sensor market is with 44% by far the biggest individual market (followed by the lighting market with 19%). The ERANET Cofound ac ...
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Implementing the European Photonics21 PPP strategy (EuroPho21)

Start date: Jan 1, 2015, End date: Dec 31, 2017,

EuroPho21 provides the decisive support to Photonics21 for strategy development and implementation and paves the way for the re-industrialization of Europe. The networking and coordination among Photonics21 stakeholders and the end user industry in the strategy development and implementation will speed up the innovation process and time to market for new products. This is a critical step to overco ...
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Biophotonic applications offer a broad range of innovative solutions, e. g. for the ageing society in industrialised countries, for improved health care in third world countries, for surveilling and safeguarding the environment, and for controlling food and drinking water quality. Such biophotonic solutions may relate to analytics, screening, imaging, therapy or surgery techniques.This ERANET-PLUS ...
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Nanomedicine, the application of nanotechnology to health, is a fast-growing field with a large potential for improving diagnostics and therapeutic solutions in many diseases. The EuroNanoMed II (ENM II) consortium, with 20 partners from 17 countries and regions, aims to foster the competitiveness of European nanomedicine actors through the support of translational research projects enhancing tran ...
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Organic and Large Area Electronics (OLAE+)

Start date: Oct 1, 2011, End date: Sep 30, 2016,

Organic & large area electronics (also known as plastic electronics, printed electronics or organic electronics) allows electronic circuits and devices to be produced using relatively low cost printing processes onto any surface, whether rigid or flexible, and over large areas. It will lead to the creation of whole new generations of products such as conformable and rollable displays, large area ...
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Innovation and Implementation Strategy Photonics21 (InnoPho21)

Start date: Sep 1, 2011, End date: Dec 31, 2014,

With revenues of 55 billion € in 2008, and a corresponding growth of nearly 30% compared to 2005, and 300000 people directly employed the European Photonics industry is one of the most important industry sectors and key enabling technologies for Europe in the 21st century. To withstand growing competition from low labour cost countries there is a need to join forces in industry, research and polit ...
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High speed internet access is recognised as becoming increasingly important as demands for bandwidth increase. One of the key issues for Europe is how to enable ubiquitous broadband access of at least 1 Gb/s per subscriber economically within the next decade, whilst meeting the shorter term needs of system operators and users. Investment in the development of next generation optical access techno ...
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"The ETCETERA project is a contribution to effective and efficient security research planning on a European level. Its aim is three-fold:1. to develop novel methodologies for future strategic research planning,2. to identify risks and potential benefits associated with Critical Dependencies and Emerging Technologies with security implications, and3. to recommend research plans to deal with these r ...
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observatoryNANO brings together leading EU organizations who collectively have expertise in the technological; economic; societal/ethical; health, safety, and environmental analysis of nanotechnologies. Its primary aim is to develop appropriate methodologies to link scientific and technological development of nanotechnologies with socio-economic impacts. Both of these aspects will be enhanced by e ...
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Nanomedicine is an emerging field with a large potential for developing public welfare and economic growth. Critical issues for bringing up this potential in Europe concern especially the maturity of the economic players and their capability to move effectively innovation from knowledge to industrial technology and to clinical and public health applications. Industrial players need therefore to co ...
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Photonics Research Coordination Europe – Photonics21 (Phorce21)

Start date: Jul 1, 2008, End date: Sep 30, 2011,

With revenues of 49 billion € in 2006, and a corresponding growth of 12% compared to 2005, and 250 000 people directly employed the European Photonics industry is one of the most important industry sectors and key enabling technologies for Europe in the 21st century.To withstand growing competition from low labour cost countries there is a need to join forces in industry, research and politics to ...
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QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum TechnologiesQuantum Technologies (QT) has become a new and fast developing area of research initiated by a realisation that quantum physics opens up radically new modes of quantum information processing and communication. European researchers have been at the forefront of these developments delivering many groundbreaking scientific results and advancing technolog ...
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