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The results of the IP4Plasma project: plasma technology innovations for medical products

EU project IP4Plasma

The EU project IP4Plasma reached its finish line in the beginning of 2017 after three years of research and development. In the project, plasma equipment manufacturers and end-users worked with leading experts in research and technology innovation to bring cutting-edge IPR-protected innovations from the laboratory scale to industrial implementation for advanced surface treatment of materials. …

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Smart Systems Integration Master Class

Smart Systems Integration Master Class

26-28.6.2017 at Valletta Campus of Malta University A two-and-a-half-day summer school on smart system integration given by smart-MEMPHIS project consortium, invited speakers and Malta University. The participation is free of charge but registration is obligatory. Read more about the event and programme here. The smart-MEMPHIS EU project combines the expertise of nine European companies, universities …

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Spinverse operations in Sweden strengthen with new Managing Director

Spinverse operations in Sweden strengthen with new Managing Director

Since the opening of the Stockholm office back in May 2016, operations and the team of experts have grown steadily, resulting in the recent move of the office to the expanding KTH Campus. The office location is right in the heart of Stockholm’s innovative start-up hub, near the new Ri.SE institute and the STING-THING Incubator. …

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Hacking the global waste problem in Oulu

Hacking the global waste problem in Oulu

Together with Confederation of Finnish Industries (Elinkeinoelämän keskusliitto EK), Oulu Entrepreneurship Society and Alltime, Spinverse facilitated the SMEhack to solve the global problem of littering. The hackathon for SMEs took place on January 28th, 2017 in Tellus Innovation Arena at University of Oulu. Littering is a global problem. Billions of dollars are spent on cleaning …

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Submissions are open for the
3 M€ Horizon Prize on Materials for Clean Air

Submissions are open for the <br> 3 M€ Horizon Prize on Materials for Clean Air

The European Commission has just opened the submissions for the Horizon Prize on Materials for Clean Air worth 3 million euros. The prize will be awarded to the most affordable, sustainable and innovative design-driven material solution that can reduce the concentration of particulate matter (PM) in urban areas. Contestants can submit their entries from 26 …

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