Archive: News 2015

 

AMaTUC project: New collaboration on Additive Manufacturing

14.12.2015


Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a trendy topic highly appreciated by Intelligentsia for many reasons such as its potential for numerous industrial applications, the constant improvement of techniques, its capacity to develop innovative products/services and Intelligentsia's network of contacts in the domain.

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TUTORIAL Project: Mutual learning to enhance scientific excellence in nanoelectronics based dependable cyber-physical systems

25.11.2015


Intelligentsia are pleased to have supported Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) in the preparation of their successful TUTORIAL project proposal. The proposal received a perfect mark – 15/15 – in the evaluation and will be funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.

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UMi-TWINN: EU funded Twinning Project to support Logistics Technologies in Hungary

3.11.2015


The UMi-TWINN project aims to boost UMi and the twinning partners' scientific excellence and innovation capacity in Logistics Technologies, as well as implement a research and innovation strategy focused on three scientific sub-topics.

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Season of SUAFRI-EPC Events

27.08.2015


The end of August 2015 marks an important milestone in the EU funded SUAFRI-EPC project, which signals the midpoint in this three year project dedicated to supporting research-to-innovation in the agrifood sector in eastern partnership countries (EPC). SUAFRI-EPC will now launch its season of events dedicated to promoting the project's activities and disseminating its achievements whilst continuing its innovation training activities for EPC organisations.

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Nano- and material technologies in Eastern Partnership countries presented to the European Parliament

02.04.2015


Intelligentsia Consultants’ Managing Director, Giles Brandon, was invited to present on nano- and material technologies in Eastern Partnership countries (EPC) to the European Parliament, Brussels.

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Intelligentsia supports successful HEALTH-TECH proposal for Lithuania!

10.02.2015


Intelligentsia is very pleased to announce the first stage HEALTH-TECH proposal that they helped to prepare - for a consortium comprised of Lithuanian Universities (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences and Vilnius University), VTT and Lund University - has been recently selected for funding by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Teaming programme.

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