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Ghent’s New High-Throughput Experimentation Centre for Innovative Pharmaceutical Research

High-Throughput Experimentation (HTE) is a method where a large number of experiments are conducted simultaneously using automated equipment and robotics. This technology is now also being applied in chemical and pharmaceutical research to quickly collect and analyse large amounts of data. HTE processes vast volumes of data using sophisticated data management systems, and miniaturization techniques […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 12 June 2024

Long Night of Research 2024: A Night of Discovery and Innovation in Innsbruck

A Night of Discovery From 17:00 to 23:00, Innsbruck transformed into a vibrant hub of scientific exploration. This year’s event showcased a broad spectrum of research disciplines. Visitors of all ages had the chance to dive into fields ranging from quantum computing and biomedical advancements to environmental science and digital technology. The University of Innsbruck […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 29 May 2024

The West University of Timișoara receives official accreditation for its Innovation and Technology Transfer Centre

The CITT has been specifically designed to serve as a pivotal centre of innovation within the community. It provides state-of-the-art services in three critical areas: Digital (including Digital Economy and Space Technologies), Green (focusing on Environment and Eco-technologies), and Wellbeing (covering Health – Prevention, Diagnosis, and Advanced Treatment).  The centre combines the latest advancements in […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 29 May 2024

Bolzano City and University jointly sponsor a ‘City Prize’ for the best dissertation

The ‘City Prize’ initiative celebrates the talent and commitment of university students and promotes research focused on the city of Bolzano. It is intended to bring young people closer to the world of public administration, encouraging the development of innovative skills and supporting research as a driver of progress and innovation. The scheme is also […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 23 May 2024

Magdeburg launches the “Energy Hub” – a new type of charging station

Under the leadership of Professor Przemyslaw Komarnicki from the Institute of Electrical Engineering at Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences, a so-called ‘Energy Hub’ has been developed. The new hub is a decentralised, self-sufficient solution for charging devices at grid locations that are difficult to access. It combines renewable power generation from photovoltaic cells with suitable energy […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 25 April 2024

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