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Innovation - Social Sciences - 10.05.2021
Smartphones have led to the ’death of proximity’
A UCL study across nine countries shows smartphones are more than devices we use, they're 'the place where we live' and swap for close contact with others. The most in depth study ever to look at how adults use smartphones reveals how we are 'homeless' when we lose them because they are where we increasingly express our personalities, interests and values.

Computer Science - Innovation - 05.05.2021
From the Foot Perspective: TU Graz Develops Algorithm for Shoe-Based Blind Assistance System
From the Foot Perspective: TU Graz Develops Algorithm for Shoe-Based Blind Assistance System
The shoe from the company Tec-Innovation warns blind and visually impaired people of obstacles thanks to ultrasonic sensors.

Innovation - 05.05.2021

Environment - Innovation - 04.05.2021

Health - Innovation - 03.05.2021
UPF INNOValora will speed up transfer to market for six projects based on promising research results
The programme will provide funding and support to develop innovative technologies in the areas of surgical training, architecture, aquaculture, organ transplants, chronic pain, music learning and dermatology.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 29.04.2021

Economics / Business - Innovation - 29.04.2021
Digital factory transformation initiative
Digital factory transformation initiative
Competence network for digital transformation in production and logistics Audi, the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO), the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and additional partners are launching a new digitalization initiative, the "Automotive Initiative 2025" (AI25).

Life Sciences - Innovation - 29.04.2021

Innovation - Health - 29.04.2021

Innovation - Economics / Business - 25.04.2021

Innovation - Computer Science - 23.04.2021
3D models to explore the future of urban digitization
3D models to explore the future of urban digitization
A multidisciplinary Swiss team explored the future of urban digitization in its theoretical, technical, and legal dimensions by modeling the city of Sion with an innovative ScanVan.

Innovation - Research Management - 21.04.2021

Innovation - 21.04.2021
Innovation Park East part of Switzerland Innovation
Innovation Park East part of Switzerland Innovation
The national innovation platform Switzerland Innovation is expanding in Eastern Switzerland with its latest addition, the Innovation Park East.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 21.04.2021

Innovation - Economics / Business - 21.04.2021

Innovation - Economics / Business - 20.04.2021
Go-ahead for Swiss m4m Center
Go-ahead for Swiss m4m Center
Since 15 April, it is official: The Technology Transfer Center for 3D Printing in Medical Technology - Swiss m4m Center, in short - meets the requirements of ISO standard 13485:2016; it is thus allowed to produce implants and instruments for human patients.

Research Management - Innovation - 19.04.2021

Innovation - Campus - 16.04.2021

Innovation - Environment - 15.04.2021

Innovation - Economics / Business - 13.04.2021
Lebenswissenschaftliche Forschungsergebnisse schnell in Anwendungen überführen
Heidelberg University is part of a "translationational bridge", the first Evotec-BRIDGE in Germany A new "translations bridge" in the Rhine-Main-Neckar region will validate the results of life science research to fast-track the development of therapeutic drugs and related technologies.

Politics - Innovation - 13.04.2021
Surveillance Culture in 2021
In Asia, the United States, Europe, and all over the world, new surveillance devices are being deployed to enrich the various sectors of our lives.

Innovation - 09.04.2021
Are Chinese politics a threat to the patent system?
Are Chinese politics a threat to the patent system?
Researchers show that foreign companies are less likely to have their patent applications granted in China than their Chinese counterparts.

Innovation - 09.04.2021
Does the Chinese patent office discriminate against foreigners?
Does the Chinese patent office discriminate against foreigners?
Researchers show that foreign companies are less likely to have their patent applications granted in China than their Chinese counterparts, and point out that this discrimination occurs in technologies of strategic importance to the Chinese government: the telecommunication and biotech industries.

Computer Science - Innovation - 08.04.2021
Smartfactory@tugraz: Styria's Research and Learning Factory Goes into Full Operation
Smartfactory@tugraz: Styria’s Research and Learning Factory Goes into Full Operation
In the unique pilot factory of TU Graz, now all types of companies can test agile and data-secure manufacturing concepts regarding Industry 4.0 - and beyond, the new landscape for research presents the first university 5G campus solution in Austria.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 08.04.2021
Polsky Center launches DeepTechU conference to foster deep tech startups
First-of-its-kind venture conference will convene investors, innovators across Midwest The University of Chicago's Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation has launched DeepTechU , a first-o

Physics - Innovation - 02.04.2021
Universities of Stuttgart and Ulm win BMBF funding for their quantum cluster QSens
Universities of Stuttgart and Ulm win BMBF funding for their quantum cluster QSens
On 3 February, Federal Minister of Education and Research Anja Karliczek announced the winners of the "Clusters4Future" competition run by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Economics / Business - Innovation - 31.03.2021

Innovation - Computer Science - 31.03.2021