1 October 2018
1 June 2018
A webinar not to miss the opportunity to apply to FED4SAE acceleration support and get 60k€ grant funding
You still have 2 weeks to go before the end of the call on 6th February 2018!
FED4SAE acceleration program provides you with :
- Access to leading-edge Cyber Physical Systems platforms, Advanced Technologies, and Testbeds from leading Industrial companies (Intel, AVL, STM, Thales) and R&D centres (CEA, UNICAN, KTH, DIGICAT, BME, CSEM, FORTISS, Fraunhofer)
- Technical coaching from domain experts
- Business development support
- Up to €60k in initial financial support, plus access to further financing
- Access to potential users and suppliers across value chains throughout Europe
Whether you have started your application process or not, register to this FED4SAE webinar on Thursday 25th January, 1.00 pm CET to find out more and get rid of your last questions.
EU Innovation Radar prize: BLUMORPHO together with CEA LETI won the “Best Early Stage Innovation” Prize!
BLUMORPHO Innovation Accelerator and its Partner CEA-LETI received the “Best Early Stage Innovation” prize for their new generation of MagnetoEncephaloGraphy (MEG)
The final vote for the EU Innovation Radar 2017 took place during the ICT’s Proposers Day in Budapest on 9th November. The quantum MEG technology is a real breakthrough innovation in Brain imaging. It has been developed in the framework of the Gateone-project, one of the first BLUMORPHO’s innovation acceleration program.
“This innovation award is an important milestone for the launch of future product. It will enable to increase the awareness of the neuro medical community on the future availability of MEG new generation. This innovation will push existing limits to diagnose and cure brain disorders. 165 000 000 people are concerned in Europe. It is one of the biggest challenge we are facing” said Regis Hamelin, BLUMORPHO CTO and Gateone-project coordinator.
This innovation is one the 50 demonstrators developed in our acceleration program covering 24 different vertical businesses. For more information contact us or request a meeting.
1 October 2017
11 September 2017
A large company is looking for a solution to supply a sustained flow of oxygen to biologic material in a water-like environment. The solution must be a stand-alone oxygen generator to be connected to a second chamber hosting the biological material. Apply until 25/09! More information here…
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